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Grand central terminal clock pendant.


New York series! Not in Arabic, not in Japanese.

Inspired from the place where I am.

That's why I made this pendant.

There are many New York city symbols, the clock at Grand Central is definitely one of them.


Grand Central Terminal was opened to public in 1913.

This is not only a transportation hub located in Midtown Manhattan,

it's also a historic world-famous landmark.

This great architecture has many masterpieces.

The Information Booth Clock, the Whispering Gallery,

the Main Concourse celestial ceiling, the Tiffany glass clock...


Especially The Information Booth Clock is known as a meeting spot.

With this pendant, you may meet somebody important...


Top: brass (gold plated)

19.7 inch long

Size: top approx. 1.38 x 0.75 inch


Handmade! Each one has its own singularities.

I cut each one of the shapes out of silver sheet, finish and shape each by hand.

Delivered set with handwriting card,

it'll be also a great gift for your precious one!

*5th pic is a sample of gift wrapping.


This will be sent out within 3days.


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Grand central terminal pendant

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