Elmslie Prairie School Terracotta
Once used as decoration on the sides of a building, these terracotta stones were designed by architect George Grant Elmslie. Elmslie was known for his Prairie School style of architecture, an early twentieth century style with roots in the midwest. The horizontal lines associated with this style were intended to integrate with the surrounding prairie landscape of the midwest.
Country of origin: USA
Wide – 1 available
Dimensions: 13.75″ × 19″ × 5″
Regular – 8 available
Dimensions: 13.75″ × 14.5″ × 5″
- Depth: 5 Width: 14.5 Height: 13.75
- Lead Time
- 0-3 Weeks (Limited Edition)
- Early 20th Century
- George Grant Elmslie
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