Inspired by National Gallery of Art East Building, Necklace

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404005213470
$90.00
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A spacious atrium connects the two triangular forms that make up the East Building. Glass pyramids create a dramatic skylight, casting playful geometric shadows throughout the atrium. Architect I. M. Pei designed the building, which opened in 1978.

A spacious atrium connects the two triangular forms that make up the East Building. Glass pyramids create a dramatic skylight, casting playful geometric shadows throughout the atrium. Architect I. M. Pei designed the building, which opened in 1978.

  • Solid maple wood top and bottom layer with protective coating
  • Middle layer of frosted acrylic
  • 30" plated gold chain with clasp
  • 3" width, 2" height, 3/16" thick

Care: All materials are coated with protective finishes to prolong life. Please take care when storing, and remove before showering or swimming. 



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A spacious atrium connects the two triangular forms that make up the East Building. Glass pyramids create a dramatic skylight, casting playful geometric shadows throughout the atrium. Architect I. M. Pei designed the building, which opened in 1978.

  • Solid maple wood top and bottom layer with protective coating
  • Middle layer of frosted acrylic
  • 30" plated gold chain with clasp
  • 3" width, 2" height, 3/16" thick

Care: All materials are coated with protective finishes to prolong life. Please take care when storing, and remove before showering or swimming. 



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