Guggenheim Museum pendant.

 

Not in Arabic, not in Japanese. Inspired from the place where I am.
That's why I made this pendant.

 

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is located in Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, New York.

This architecture is designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The cylindrical building is very unique,

once you saw, 

you never forget even thought you might forget what you saw inside.

 


Gold plated brass
17.7 inch long
top approx. 0.63 x 0.98 inch 
*If you want to change the total length, please write in note.

No additional cost.

*Due to the design, it's slightly downward to the right when you wear it.

 

Handmade! Each one has its own singularities.
I cut each one of the shapes out of metal sheet and finish then shape each by hand. 

Delivered set with handwriting card, it'll be also a great gift for your precious one!

 

This will be sent out within 3-5 days.

 

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Guggenheim Museum pendant

$81.00Price
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