Dana Thomas House Birdhouse
The Dana-Thomas House in Springfield, Illinois (1902), is a brilliant showcase of craftsmanship in detailed art glass doors and windows, light fixtures, terra cotta sculpture, planters, and an exquisite mural. This well-preserved home is one of the most complete in every detail of Wright’s early Prairie houses.
The Dana-Thomas House Birdhouse design features the southern entrance to the main house on the front piece of clear acrylic as a laser etched image. The opening and floor plan is sized for chickadees and house wrens who like their homes to be four to ten feet above the ground.
The birdhouse sides are pine the roof marine grade plywood, both woods are finished in an exterior stain, the roof has a coating of spar urethane for added protection. The base is removable for housekeeping. A hanger bracket is included. Story card giving background information is included.
Dimensions: 6" x 6" x 6" (9" tall at peak)
Made in Buffalo, NY.