Reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright Architectural Design
From the start, Wright began pendulum shifting away from the heavily adorned Victorian architecture so popular in Europe. Wright launched a new American style, the Prairie Style that became known for its sheer simplicity and organic look.
Echoing this craftsman style in the world of high end residential mailboxes are the Waterglass Studios copper mailboxes, available at The Mailboxworks, America’s largest retailer of high end residential mailboxes.
Waterglass Studios handmade copper mailboxes are a perfect architectural compliment to not only Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style but also a wide variety of American architectural styles.
Simple in its boxy design, these Prairie style mailboxes are adorned with a slant roof and under-eve slat treatment. They are then hand burnished to give these Waterglass Studios copper mailboxes a beautiful, naturally weathered finish.
- Plain copper finish
- Hammered copper finish
- Hammered copper finish with Franciscan monk detailing
Depending on the application, Waterglass Studios’ Frank Lloyd Wright style mailbox is also offered in both a vertical and horizontal orientation and both are available with an optional under mounted newspaper holder, to keep the day’s news dry and convenient to retrieve.
In addition, both the horizontal and vertical copper mailboxes are large enough to collect not only daily mail but also larger magazines and envelopes.
For homeowners looking to compliment their home with a Frank Lloyd Wright style mailbox, Waterglass Studios copper mailboxes feature the kind of quality construction that one can often only measure in hand. The fit and finish of these handmade copper mailboxes mirror the pride of great American handiwork and the attention to detail is unmatched among its peers.
As one might expect with a high end residential mailbox, Waterglass Studios copper mailboxes are also USPS approved, can be purchased as a post mount or wall mount mailbox, and include all the necessary installation hardware.