Paris Snow Globe Globe

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Paris Snow Globe

$ 56.00

Paris Snow Globe

Paris

Snow globes owe much of their history to Paris. The first one was presented in the city’s 1878 Universal Exposition, and the second, displayed there 11 years later, featured a miniature Eiffel Tower encased in glass. Now, we have reimagined the Paris globe for the contemporary age.

Inspired by the paper cutout art that we love, the city rises in elegant silhouettes of the Arch de Triomphe, Rodin’s “The Thinker,” and other iconic sites. From the 1607 Pont Neuf Bridge to I.M. Pei’s 1989 Louvre Pyramid, our snow globe is an ode to all things beautiful, both old and new, in the City of Lights.

Visit these sites:

Auguste Rodin’s, The Thinker (1902)
The Eiffel Tower (1989)
Notre Dame de Paris (1163–1345)
L’Arc de Triomphe (1806)
A café (various times)
Saint-Michel Metro Stop, Hector Guimard Art Nouveau entrance (1910)
Moulin Rouge (1889)
A fashionable woman (forever)
M. Pei’s Glass Pyramid entrance to the Louvre (1989)
Luxor Obelisk at the Place de la Concorde (1833)
Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre (1914)
Pont Neuf, bridge (1607)
The Conciergerie, a former prison (14th century)
Winged horse from Pont Alexandre 111, a bridge (1886–1900)
Génie de la Liberté at the Place de la Bastille (1835–1840)

 

Glass globe, Piano Black base.

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  • Item Number: CS300-CPAR