This beautifully decorative high glaze, smooth surface photo reproduction ceramic tile is an excellent way to display a bit of New York City Subway nostalgia in your home or office.
"Bleeker Street was named for an early Dutch landowner. The bold, oval plaques with their heavy, ornate borders were designed by the architects of the first New York Subway stations, George C. Heings and Christoher Grant La Farge." - Lee Stookey, Subway Ceramics
IRT 6 October 27, 1904
Note, these are decorative tiles and should be handled with care. Use a soft cloth with mild soap and water to clean. There is a hook on the back for easy hanging and display.
Measures 4x4 inches
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