Introducing our second limited-edition porcelain tray to feature historic Rancho Mirage architecture in collaboration with local artist Michael Weems, the perfect collectible to celebrate Modernism Week. The Jorgensen-Mavis Residence was built by steel magnate Earle Jorgensen who commissioned William F. Cody to design a home on a prime site at Thunderbird Country Club with panoramic views of the golf course and mountains. Cody’s response was a stylish Desert Modern home with deep overhangs to shade the walls of glass and provide dramatic outdoor living space. The Marvis family purchased the home in 1956 and have meticulously maintained the original design, inside and out.
Featuring original artwork penned by architect and member Ken Swoyer, only 110 of the collectible trays are being released, each measuring 10.75” x 6.5;” they are food and dishwasher-safe.
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Jorgensen-Mavis Residence Architectural Porcelain Tray
Architectural Tray Bundle
William F. Cody