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Not for Green Pot Lovers Only
Even by the high standards of early 20th century art potteries, the name Teco is legendary as among the most versatile and original of studios.
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Historical Seat
In 1902, William Morris introduced a handsome, sturdy wingback type chair called The Century Chair through his Morris & Company catalogue.
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A Miraculous Return
One of the cutting-edge building products that burst on the scene after 1910 was the "Miracle Door"—so-called because its single flat panel surrounded by contrasting woods was a startling break with the five-and six-panel styles of the time.
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Period Details
For a bathroom that screams Roaring 20s, look to the Standard Collection console lavatory from American Standard, reproduced from one of the company's 1922 designs.
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Light Fantastic
A bright idea in early electric design is the Chelsea mini pendant, part of Meyda Tiffany's new Craftsman Revival lighting series.
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A Pergola Apart
What distinguishes a pergola from an arbor? Sages have debated the difference since the days of ancient Greece and Rome, but what's unquestioned is that these columned open shelters—all the rage at the turn of the 20th century for Colonial Revival gardens and Arts & Crafts houses alike—are a timeless addition to any landscape.
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