FOR SALE / Usonian Consol Table

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FOR SALE / Usonian Consol Table

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Item number: 6633347951





FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT INSPIRED USONIAN CONSOL TABLE



This is an ultra custom hand made piece and there will never be another



This extremely rare and one of a kind Consol Table was designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice, W. Kelly Oliver. The table is based on the never built Consol Table that Mr. Wright specifically designed and signed off on for the John A. Gillin Residence (1950) (www.elysiann.com), Dallas, Texas. Mr. Wright designed the orginal consol table to be placed in the entry foyer of the Gillin house. This table was commissioned in January 2006 and executed in April 2006 specifically for the owner of the 1952 Frank Lloyd Wright designed John D. Haynes Residence (www.HaynesHouseLLC.com).



The Consol Table is one of the most complicated pieces of Wright influenced Usonian furniture and truly reflects the complexity of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Gillin Residence. Geometric forms keynote every aspect of the Consol Table. The scholar William Allin Storrer and author of The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion has quoted the Gillin house as,

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