In 1906, Emma Beachy commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to renovate a Gothic cottage for her family. Wright’s renovations were dramatic and left little more than the foundation of the original structure intact. The house features gabled roofs and is finished in red brick on its first story and stucco with dark wood trim on its upper level. The Beachy Locking mailbox draws inspiration from this cottage and has been constructed of galvanized steel and fully powder coated in a premium oil rubbed bronze finish. The wall mount mailbox is equipped with a stainless steel cam lock with two keys to keep your mail safe and secure all while adding a touch of Frank Lloyd Wright to your home. His very own signature is embossed into the back of the mailbox for an extra detail. With proper care, the Beachy mailbox should stay looking as good as the day you bought it for many years to come. For added longevity, mount the mailbox under an eave or other protected area.
|Incoming Flap:||22 gauge (0.9 mm) galvanized steel construction|
|Retrieval Door:||22 gauge (0.9 mm) galvanized steel construction|
|Floor:||22 gauge (0.9 mm) galvanized steel construction|
|BACK PANEL:||22 gauge (0.9 mm) galvanized steel construction|
|ROOF:||24 gauge (0.7 mm) galvanized steel construction|
|LOCK:||Stainless steel scalped cam lock with zinc die cast housing and two keys|