This design is based on a half-round stained glass window which sits majestically above the entrance to the Farmers & Merchants Union Bank in Columbus, Wisconsin. Designed and built by Louis Henry Sullivan in 1919, this was the last of his “jewel box” designs. The jewel box nickname refers to the modern box shape of the building and its richly ornamented architecture and interior. The building was declared a National Historic landmark in 1976 for it’s architecture. A design from an important historic architectural giant, brought to life for today’s modern homes with extraordinary weaving and depth of color, woven on jacquard looms exclusively for Rennie & Rose!
Approx. 13.5″ x 73.75″.