Though much of the furniture made by Leopold and John George was copied from their brother Gustav, they did have several unique pieces that set them apart from their older brother.
One was the paneled settee unveiled in 1912, and referred to as the "Prairie" settee, referring to the Prairie school associated with Frank Lloyd Wright.
The design, which included a matching arm chair, was actually created by Peter Hansen, formerly with Gustav. Hansen was trained in Germany, but was well educated in American Arts and Crafts architecture and furniture. He was only inspired by Wright, and there was never a connection between them.
My miniature interpretation is 4" wide, 2" deep and 2" high. It is made of cherry and ash, stained with a cherry stain and then given a hand rubbed finish. The leather upholstery is magenta color.
The Charles Limbert replica cafe chairs, shown in the second last photo, are available in a separate listing. The last image is from their catalog.
This is available in my Ebay Store.