The extraordinary Dana-Thomas House, built between 1902–1904, is the quintessential model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s sophisticated form of prairie architecture. The stained-glass windows found throughout inspired the design of this timepiece.
The elegant rectangular case, in gold-tone ion-plated stainless steel, expresses the strong lines of this vast house. The rich theme continues in the three-layer constructed dial featuring a vertical brushing that showcases the metallic gold-tone Dana-Thomas sumac pattern. The dial is finished with a curved, metalized crystal and has a 3-hand movement with a signature second hand, and the case back includes the date the Dana-Thomas House project was completed. This collector’s watch also features a black calfskin leather strap with the window design embossed on the nubuck inner strap, a deployant buckle closure with Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature, and water resistance to 30 meters.
- Material: Stainless steel, gold plate, and leather
- Movement: Quartz crystal battery