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Title: Architectural model of the temple of King Solomon in Jerusalem
After a design by Thomas Newberry
Carved and gilded by Messrs. Bartlet, King Street, London
Gilded silver and brass appurtenances by W. Spurrier
Culture: British, London
Medium: Gilded wood, gilded carton pierre; gilded silver, gilded bronze; enamel, linen
Temple Alone: Height: 26" (66 cm); Width: 46" (117 cm); Depth: 48" (122 cm).
Overall measurement, including forecourt: Length: 7' 8" (234 cm); Width: 3' 8" (112 cm)-
Classifications: Woodwork, Metalwork-Silver In Combination
Credit Line: Gift of Albert Kalimian, in honor of Victoria Kalimian and in memory of Rouhollah Kalimian, and in celebration of the Museum's 150th Anniversary, 2019
Accession Number: 2019.66.1a–o–.95
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