The Chicago Stock Exchange (1894), which stood at 30 North LaSalle Street was designed by Louis H. Sullivan and showcased his trademark ornamentation. When the Stock Exchange was demolished in 1972, the copper-plated cast iron elevator lintels were salvaged, preserved and are now held in the Collection of the Chicago History Museum. The intricate, organic, designs Sullivan incorporated into his buildings were intended to remind urban dwellers of the natural world, thus serving a purpose beyond the merely decorative. This Sullivan inspired ornament is adapted from the Stock Exchange elevator lintels and artfully captures the essence of Sullivan's unique, recognizable style. The ornament is beautifully gift boxed with hanging ribbon and information card included.Dimensions: 3.5" x 2", 24K gold plated brass.