The World Famous Palace Bar: Inspiration For Our Western Saloon Bar

World Famous Palace Bar

Photo By Darlene Wilson In 1877, D.C. Thorne built the saloon and named it The Palace Saloon; it was one of over forty bars which stood next to one another on Whiskey Row in Prescott. Over the course of its history it has seen such famous patrons as Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp, Doc Holliday…

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Gustav Stickley Library Table 625: From The Metropolitan Museum

Gustav Stickley Library Table Number 625

Gustav Stickley Library Table Number 625 – ca. 1906 – H. 30 in. (76.2 cm); Diam. 55 in. (139.7 cm) – oak, leather Gustav Stickley was an important figure in the American Arts and Crafts Movement of the early 20th century. Hailing from Syracuse, New York, Stickley founded The Craftsman Workshops in 1904 to manufacture…

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Craftsman Lighting Inspirations: Greene and Greene Chandeliers

Craftsman Lighting Inspirations

Outdoor lamp on the back porch. If you are already a fan of the American Arts and Crafts then you are undoubtedly familiar with Greene and Greene architecture, and The Gamble House. For those who aren’t, The Gamble House is a famous American Craftsman House in Pasadena, California. Constructed by architects Charles and Henry Greene…

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