How many times have you ventured to The Big Apple to see the Empire State Building alight in blue and gold? The colors illuminated on the Empire State Building are used to celebrate many seasonal and other events. Such as Valentine’s Day, the 4th of July, Christmas and Hanukkah, among many. When Frank Sinatra died, the Building was bathed in blue light to represent Sinatra’s “Blue Eyes”. Here we have colored our Empire in shiny tones of cobalt and turquoise blue and gold, a color scheme so often seen in the Winter time. Absolutely lovely; it is hand-blown and hand-painted in Poland.
- Hand blown and hand decorated glass ornament
- Made the traditional way in Europe by artisans trained in their craft for generations
- Heirloom quality
- Comes nestled in acid-free tissue in a gift box
- Keep out of direct sunlight; clean gently with a soft cloth