The Beth Sholom 12" Desk Globe
The Beth Sholom draws upon the designs of famed architect Frank Lloyd
Wright. In 1954 Wright began work on the pyramidal shaped Beth Sholom
Synagogue in Elkins Park Pennsylvania. The Beth Sholom Synagogue has now
become a National Historic Landmark because of its significance in the
history of American architecture. This table top globe and stand was
adapted from Wrights design for a hexagonal walnut and copper planter
box inside the synagogue.
A high quality Replogle 12" political globe with antique oceans rests freely atop the solid wood stand with walnut and black lacquer finish. Easily pick up the globe to view any location on the map up close. Features over 4,000 place name labels and battery powered LED internal illumination. A classic Frank Lloyd Wright inspired design that makes an excellent globe for the home or office.
Weight: 6 lbs.
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THIS GLOBE IS UPDATABLE!!!
The world does change from time to time.
Replogle wants to help you keep your globe
as up-to-date and accurate as the day you
bought it. As a Replogle globe owner, you are
eligible for 50% off the retail value of a new
globe ball or ball and ring through Replogle's
Updatable Globe Program. Factory provided
information explaining how to participate will
arrive with your Replogle globe.
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