Frank Lloyd Wright® Coonley Glasses Set

50.00 USD $50 $45 Members

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This item is on backorder until 2/15/2021.

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Product summary

Item #281187 (out of stock)

American architecture, on the rocks! Inspired by the art glass window triptych found in the Avery Coonley Playhouse, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright® (American, 1867–1959) in Riverside, Illinois 1912, these glasses are a literal representation of form and function. Made in the USA. Holds 14 fluid ounces.

Each set includes four, 4 ½  x 3 ½ in. diam. glasses

Care Instructions:  Hand wash only

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  1. Jan 13, 2021

    from St. Albert, AB

    Would just like to provide a counterpoint review. Mine were exceedingly well packaged and both the outer and inner boxes were intact, plus each glass was packed with paper to ensure that they were insulated from shock/vibration. Obviously other reviewer's damage was a shipping issue, not the Art Institute of Chicago's fault: doubtful they would ship damaged items. Also, I had an issue with another order, and AIoC was very responsive and helpful in resolving it, so if the other reviewer simply reached out to the AIoC, then they wouldn't need to be gluing the shards back together. In short: I wouldn't hesitate to order from the AIoC again.

  2. Dec 31, 2020

    from Evanston, IL

    Very poorly packaged. Alarmed when I saw the outer box had a gash, and the inner box did too. I guess it was lucky that only one of three glasses was shattered. Lovely glasses, but gluing the shards back together is taking me a while.

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