Overall: 5/8 x 3/8 in. ( 1.6 x 1 cm )
Rectangular lapel stud with incurved front, three circle voids at top and two at bottom; in the form of the Huntington Hartford Gallery building at 2 Columbus Circle. In jewelry box.
This stud was distributed to senior employees of New York City's Department of Cultural Affairs when they moved into the Huntington Hartford Gallery building at 2 Columbus Circle around 1980. A distinctive modern edifice designed by Edward Stone in 1965, the building will soon become the home of the Museum of Arts and Design.
Gift of Paul Gunther
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