Schlabaugh is a family owned business located in Iowa. These heirloom quality lamps are made with attention to every detail. Available as shown here in their Craftsman Oak finish with an inset 4x12 Tree tile by Motawi Tileworks and a 17" x 17" mica shade. Overall height is 19". A true beauty!
The Double Poppy stained glass window was designed by Dard Hunter in 1905 for the Roycroft Inn in East Aurora, NY. We have reproduced this magnificent piece in full leaded glass using original colors. Window measures 20 x 26 and is framed in our own mortise and tenon quartersawn white oak frame. Outside frame dimension is 23-1/2 x 32. Usually ships within 3-4 weeks.
Throw Pillow with Songbirds Design. Poly/cotton blend with coordinating black cotton trim and back. Dry clean only. Approximately 18" square. Coordinating throw, placemats, and table runner are also available. Made in the USA.
Woven placemat with a lovely Songbirds Design with a black border. Poly/acrylic/cotton blend. Machine wash cool. Dry clean for best results. Measures approximately 13" x 18". Coordinating table runner, pillow, and throw are also available. Made in the USA.
Table Runner with Songbirds Design. Poly/acrylic/cotton blend. Machine wash cool. Dry clean for best results. Measures approximately 13" x 54". (Only one half of runner is shown.) Coordinating placemats, pillow, and throw are also available. Made in the USA.
100% cotton throw with Songbirds Design and a Border of Long Stem Roses. Machine washable. Measures approximately 52" x 68". Coordinating pillow, placemats, and table runner are also available. Made in the USA.
A classic Viennese design by Dard Hunter that is also the inspiration for our new line of fine china. The stencil is 23" long and 3" wide and may be used horizontally or vertically.
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