This globe stand is an authentic reproduction from a drawing found in the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation archives. It is an unidentified concept for one of the Prairie Homes that Mr. Wright designed in the early 1900s. The only marking on the drawing is in his handwriting and says, "Something like this." The proportions, and interpretation, of the drawing were ca
This globe stand is an adaptation of one of the most universally recognized furniture designs found in the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation archives. It is a modified version of the famous "Barrel Chair" originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903 and modified for his personal use at "Taliesin" in Spring Green, Wisconsin and for Herbert F. Johnson for his home
Frank Lloyd Wright's overall concept for his buildings included the integration of the interior furnishings. In 1952, he developed a series of hexagonal metal chairs, tables and other furniture for the H. C. Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, that coordinated with the geometric shape of the building. Adapted from the hexagonal hassock design, this gl
The Finley's impressive 37" height and simple lines provide an attractive backdrop for its 20" illuminated globe ball. Choose blue ocean or antique. Full engraved aluminum meridian in a brushed brass color, with touch-on light control.
Exclusively Replogle. Search the world over and you will not find a better example of the globemaking art. A handcrafted masterpiece, this extraordinary globe features lavish attention to both form and function. Distinctive details include touch-on illumination, ten-color cartography, and a solid brass, hand-engraved meridian. The handcrafted, solid mahogany cradle mounting rubbed to a lustrous walnut-fini
With its art nouveau-inspired base, this globe is equally at home in any number of eclectic interiors. The sloping iron stand, evocative of the Eiffel Tower, displays a classic raised-relief globe. Designed by Tom Torrens.
Since ancient times, the column has stood as a functional and decorative standard. This all-metal globe base is reminiscent of that form, yet crafted to reflect modern design. History, architecture, and culture come together in a unique way with this 16" antique ocean globe. Designed by Tom Torrens.
Standing 33" tall, the blue ocean LaFayette, with its illuminated ball, walnut-finish base, and full die-cast meridian is ideal for chair-side viewing. Aesthetically pleasing and practical, this is a globe to be admired for years to come. Features raised relief. Also available in antique ocean.
Handcrafted and worldly, this distinctive stand is fashioned from wrought iron with a rustic textured finish. A 16" globe with raised relief and an antique brass-plated meridian complete this contemporary interpretation.
The design of the solid hardwood stand with cherry finish calls to mind 18th Century European influence. 16" illuminated antique ocean globe with die-cast meridian. Also available non-illuminated with raised relief (Model #22719).
A visually compelling globe to accompany an elegant stand. A wood ring with cherry finish supported by a wrought iron stand in black matte make this piece one of a kind. Two riser options: either wood with cherry finish or black matte-finish metal. Our final touches include a 16" diameter bronze metallic globe with beautifully blended earth-tone colors.
Decorative cartouches. Ornate compass roses. An elegant solid-wood stand with brass claw feet. From stand to 16" globe ball, the Sherbrooke II, with rich antique ocean and raised relief, is as ornate as it is elegant.
Blurring the line between globe and furniture accessory. The hardwood base with dark cherry finish enhances the vibrant colors of our 16" antique ocean globe with metal die-cast meridian. This globe lends richness to its surroundings.
In 1928, Frank Lloyd Wright began creating a major remodeling project of the existing resort, the San Marcos in the Desert Hotel on the outskirts of Phoenix. The project was never completed due to the 1929 stock market crash, but the building design and the interior renderings contain a variety of interesting furniture and decorative features. This ad
High atop its handsome wooden floor stand, the Commander II summons the attention and admiration of all who see it. Featuring a 16" diameter, this antique-style globe combines cartographic excellence with style, lending grace and intrigue to any environment. By simply removing the centerpost, it converts from a 38" floor globe to a convenient table globe.
Replogle Annapolis 20" Antique Illuminated World Globe
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The stately Annapolis is the first release in the Explorer's Collection series of limited-edition globes.
This 20" diameter illuminated globe features a hand-applied, hand-cut map showing over 4,200 place names. The Annapolis arrives accompanied by the most current edition of the World Atlas Executive Edition by Hammond World Atlas Corporation, with hundreds of pages of geo