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AN OAK THREE-TIER 'FLOWER TABLE'
George Mann Niedecken. Design for Second-Floor Hall Table for the Avery Coonley Residence, Riverside, Illinois, 1908/10. Pen and brown ink, watercolor. 8 3/8 x 6 7/8in. Milwaukee Art Museum, Gift of American Heritage Society, in honor of Cheryl Robertson, M1996.341 VARIOUS PROPERTIES
AN OAK THREE-TIER 'FLOWER TABLE'

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, IN COLLABORATION WITH GEORGE MANN NIEDECKEN OF NIEDECKEN-WALBRIDGE, FOR THE SECOND STORY HALL OF THE AVERY COONLEY HOUSE, RIVERSIDE, ILLINOIS, CIRCA 1910

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AN OAK THREE-TIER 'FLOWER TABLE'
Frank Lloyd Wright, in Collaboration with George Mann Niedecken of Niedecken-Walbridge, for the Second Story Hall of the Avery Coonley House, Riverside, Illinois, circa 1910

25¼in. (63.5cm.) high, 29 7/8in. (75.8cm.) wide, 16in. (40.4cm.) deep
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Christie's New York, December 12, 1987, lot 129

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cf. Cheryl Robertson, Frank Lloyd Wright and George Mann Niedecken: Prairie School Collaborators, 1999, pp. 23-24 for a discussion of the 'flower' or occasional table and p. 24, pl. 3 for a presentation drawing of a second story hall table. See also Thomas A. Heinz, Frank Lloyd Wright Interiors and Furniture, 1994, p. 119 for a flower table drawing inscribed FLOWER TABLE FOR 2ND STORY HALL MR. & MRS. AVERY COONLEY RES. NIEDECKEN-WALBRIDGE Co. INTERIOR ARCHTS and inscribed with table dimensions.
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