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Frank Lloyd Wright Collection® Whirling Arrow Dinnweware by Coors China and Hammered Antique Stainless Flatware by Reed & Barton.

The Whirling Arrow is a progressive design adapted from Wright's interpretation of an Indian petroglyph found in 1932 when the Taliesin West was being constructed.

Coors is one of the largest suppliers of dinnerware to restaurants in the United States. Their products are made in the USA and are shipped directly from Tucson AZ. All Coors dinnerware is microwave, dishwasher, oven and freezer proof. It is also highly chip resistant and the glazes are also non toxic.

Pictured is the 10 1/2" dinner plate; the four piece place setting consists of a 10 1/2" dinner plate, 9" salad plate, 22 oz cereal bowl and 11 1/2 oz mug and the 5 pc place settings are available in your choice of 4 colors:
Slate Gray,
Eggshell White,
Fern Green or
Cherokee Red.

To view the four colors as well as the coordinated salt and pepper shakers, large serving bowl and tray sold separately, click here.

Fair Oak Workshops' most popular item, (we have sold hundreds of these place settings) is Reed & Barton's imported Hammered Antique flatware which is an authentic looking Arts & Crafts pattern.

Beautifully proportioned the hefty flatware is made of 18/10 stainless. The hammered finish looks antique but its dishwasher safe for everyday use.

Pictured is the basic 5 piece place setting; additional pieces and sets are available here.

NOW thru Friday, March 6th we offer
either 4 or 8 piece place settings in either the Dinnerware or Flatware below at a 20% discount.
However, if you order a combinatiuon of both Dinnerware and Flatware, the discount is 25%!

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What you need is a warm THROW to curl up in while you read a book or watch sports and the evening news on TV!

Our Frank Lloyd Wright Collection® of Throws are just the ticket:

Shown L to R above: The Coonley Playhouse, March Balloons, Oak Park Home & Studio, Saguaro Forms & Cactus Flowers, Tree of Life and Waterlillies Throws.

Woven in the USA of 100% cotton, these throws are machine wash and dry. A story card about the design of each throw is included which also makes them an excellent gift.

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2/14/2015 - NEW 2015 ITEMS FROM ARTS & CRAFTS PRESS ! ! !

The title of this print "When Poppies Bloom" is based on a 1901 poem written by Sarah J. Day:
"Tis the time of the poppies;
The fields are aflame;
And looking down;
From the mountain crown;
The way whence we came;
At the canyons mouth lie acres unrolled;
Glowing and gleaming with; molten gold."

Based on Yoshiko's sketch of the spring time in California Central Coast, this linoleum block print evokes what we love about California landscapes: gentle curve of the distant hills, the silhouette of eucalyptus trees, clumps of old oaks, and of course, brilliant California poppies.

This triptych was printed on hand-carved blocks and polymer blocks. First Yoshiko hand carved two outline blocks. Then she hand-cut stencils in order to make nine more color printing blocks made of hard polymer material. Printed on 100% cotton acid-free, Rives BFK paper. Signed & limited edition of 210 prints.

ALSO having been born in the year of the SHEEP according to the Chinese zodiac, Yoshiko is quite excited about the year 2015!

To celebrate the Chinese New Year Thursday, February 19, Yoshiko made a "kiri-e" art (paper cut-out) and made blocks from the image to create letterpress-printed prints. All of the eight colors are printed on the antique printing press. The prints are handmade with carefully applied colored ink by hand.

FINALLY Yoshiko has just released three springy note cards to delight your senses!

The cards are all letterpress printed on the old Heidelberg printing press in The Arts & Crafts Press Studio in Tacoma, Washington!

To order any of these items, Click Here.

BY THE WAY, if you will be attending the Arts & Crafts Conference Februay 20-22 at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC, be sure to stop by and say hello to Yoshiko. Her booth is just to the left of the entrance to the Antique Show.