The Field Museum, designed by renowned architect, David Burnham and completed in 1921, features white marble facing, formal columns and terraces indicative of Burnham's style. This magnificent building remains one of the few grand neoclassical structures in Chicago today. This detailed paperweight replica of the fecade of the Field Museum is made of solid pewter. It will make a great office or mantle decoration for any lover of history or architechture.
Size: 1.25" H x 6.5" L Material: Pewter Makes a great souvenir!