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Big Ben is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London but today the name also refers to the clock and the clock tower. The bell weighs almost 14 tons and each clock face is 23 feet in diameter. It became fully operational on September 7th, 1859 and is now one of the most prominent symbols of London standing at 316 feet high. The clock requires winding three times per week and pennies are periodically added or removed from the clock of pendulum to maintain its accuracy.
These detailed miniature size models start as 4” square flat steel sheets and are transformed into amazing 3D models. Use the easy to follow instructions to pop out the pieces by hand or with wire cutters. Small scissors or tweezers are also good tools to have on hand. Then bend the tabs using needle nose pliers and connect them at the attachment points. Connect them one by one until your masterpiece is revealed. No glue is required! These creations do require fine motor skills and patience but the end result is well worth your time and effort.
The finished miniature structure measures 3.5” - 4.5”. Each set includes 4” squares of laser etched sheet metal. Recommended Age: 14+.
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life Men’s Socks design is drawn from one of Wright's most famous motifs, found in the Darwin D. Martin house. The design has been widely influential in art and architecture ever since. These socks are durable and breathable, thanks to the cotton, nylon fabric with a touch of spandex. Content: 80% Cotton/19% Nylon/1% Spandex....
The Frank Lloyd Wright March Balloons Men’s Socks are based on one of a series of 12 abstracts Wright created for the covers of Liberty Magazine in 1926-28 entitled "March Balloons”. The covers were never published as they were perceived as too radical at the time. The design was adapted for a carpet in the David and Gladys Wright House....
The Frank Lloyd Wright Men's Coonley Playhouse Socks design is adapted from one of the many art glass windows in the Avery Coonley Playhouse, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Avery and Queen Coonley in 1912. Designed originally to appeal to children, each one of the designs is a unique abstract representation of elements seen in a parade: balloons, flags...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life Men’s Socks design is drawn from one of Wright's most famous motifs, found in the Darwin D. Martin house. The design has been widely influential in art and architecture ever since. Why not fun architecture for the feet? Content: 80% Cotton/19% Nylon/1% Spandex. Our men's sock translates to an 8 - 12.5 shoe...