New York City Skyline Architecture Famous Places Bookends 8H - 5089Z -
These New York City Architecture Bookends capture the one-of-a-kind skyline of downtown New York City, New York. At its heart is the famous Empire State Building which was erected in 1931 by the architect William Lamb in the Art Deco style. Made from concrete and metal, the structure stands 1,250 feet high with 102 floors. This glorious structure was built in only one year and 45 days - which still holds the record for a skyscraper of such height. It is struck by lightning more than 100 times each year. Architect William Lamb modeled his building on the same shape of his pencil. Bookends are suitable for New York resident, visitor or history buff.
New York City Bookends are made from resin with an antiqued patina, 8 in H x 5 in W x 4 in D each. Weighs 6 lbs for the pair.
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