The design of this thermometer is adapted from an art glass window, circa 1898, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his Oak Park architectural studio. Wright lived and worked in Oak Park, Illinois, from 1889 to 1909, during which time he developed his Prairie style of architecture. This thermometer has an antique patina finish. Dimensions: 3" W x 8.6" L
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