Louis Sullivan Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room Earrings



In the building boom that followed the Chicago fire, Louis Sullivan, invented a new building type: the skyscraper. One of his masterpieces, the Chicago Stock Exchange, was decorated with a combination of geometric shapes and naturalistic plantlike forms. This earring is inspired by a balustrade in this building.


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Photo credit: MoMA

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Solid brass, Electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver finish, Giclee print, Glass beads, Posts are hypo-allergenic, Hangs approx. 1.5"