PRODUCT ID : 214
The crystal-like, acrylic core of the 2002 ornament recalls the sparkling Bohemian glass of the elegant East Room chandeliers. The brass metal decorative frame includes a holiday ribbon, acanthus leaves from the East Room's Louis XVI style wall panels, and a sturdy eagle inspired by the carved mahogany pedestals of the console tables made for the State Dining Room by the firm of A.H. Davenport. The box cover reproduces a portion of the decorative plaster of the 1902 East Room ceiling design.
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This versatile tote bag and can be used to carry everyday things, such as books, beach wear, cameras, laptops, wallets, or virtually any other items you may need. Made with a thick canvas that can handle any schedule, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Tote Bag ranks near the top as a fashion accessory.Click for More Details