Historic Route 66 Ornament 2004

    Whaling Graphics Historic Route 66 Ornament 2004


    Product description

    24k Gold Wash over Solid Brass Three-Dimensional Limited Edition Red Giftboxed with Historical Informational Insert This ornament celebrates Route 66 and Cyrus Avery, native Tulsan, who was instrumental in it’s creation. The ornament shows what one would see traveling west on historic Route 66 (11th St.). Here, the buildings to the North depict two more famous aspects of Tulsa. One is Tulsa’s renowned Art Deco Architecture, as seen in the historic Warehouse Market (1929), a unique example of Depression Era Deco, in it’s use of colored terra cotta tiles. Secondly, Tulsa’s claim as “Oil Capitol of the World” is shown in the Sun Oil Corp. building (1954), the Philtown (1927), and the Cosden (Mid-continent) building. On a more whimsical note, the vehicle chosen for the front piece is a classic ’59 corvette convertible, same model used in the popular 60’s TV series, “Route 66”.


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