Looking for Bexley Heath Prairie Period Furniture

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pharding
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Looking for Bexley Heath Prairie Period Furniture

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I am looking for Bexley Heath Furniture designed by Tom Heinz or Tom Heinz furniture. If anyone runs across some of this furniture please let me know. Thanks.
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Unfortunately, only auctions seem to be where I'm seeing it.

https://auctions.bidsquare.com/view-auc ... lot/536942

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Paul, I believe Tom lives in the Chicago area. Perhaps the Conservancy can help you track him down.

pharding
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I have been in communication with him. He has been very helpful.
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Paul,
Leonard Wisnewski has a half dozen Robie couches in storage.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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Re: Looking for Bexley Heath Prairie Period Furniture

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pharding
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Re: Looking for Bexley Heath Prairie Period Furniture

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Thanks for posting this. Unfortunately, I didn't see it until March 5. I offered to purchase it. I hope that it is not sold.
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Re: Looking for Bexley Heath Prairie Period Furniture

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Looks like a nice table. Is that what you were looking for, Paul ?

I recall when Copeland reached out, here, near the beginning of their FLW venture.

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Re: Looking for Bexley Heath Prairie Period Furniture

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pharding wrote:
Thu Mar 05, 2020 10:10 pm
Thanks for posting this. Unfortunately, I didn't see it until March 5. I offered to purchase it. I hope that it is not sold.
You are very welcome. In case you didn't happen to see, even though the first listing of the table has ended it has been relisted on eBay.


David

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