Grand Central's Respect for History Is From The Ground Up and you can own a piece of it.

From 2007-2012, the MTA worked to restore the marble floor of Grand Central Terminal. In order to perfectly match the new tile to the existing slabs, the Transit Authority persuaded the quarry of the original Tennessee pink marble to reopen for this project after it had been closed for nearly 30 years. The marble used for this jewelry is from the slabs that were replaced.

These cuff links are crafted from the surface of the authentic Tennessee pink marble from the Main Concourse floor of Grand Central Terminal (GCT). Set in a 4-prong sterling silver setting with a swivel finding, each marble piece features the slight wear of commuter and sightseer traffic. Measures 3/4" x 7/16".

Officially licensed by the New York Transit Authority, each pair of cuff links come in a GCT gift box with a Certificate of Authenticity.

 

Read the article Grand Central's Respect for History Is From The Ground Up to learn more about the restoration.

 

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Description / Grand Central Terminal Marble Cuff Links

Grand Central's Respect for History Is From The Ground Up and you can own a piece of it.

From 2007-2012, the MTA worked to restore the marble floor of Grand Central Terminal. In order to perfectly match the new tile to the existing slabs, the Transit Authority persuaded the quarry of the original Tennessee pink marble to reopen for this project after it had been closed for nearly 30 years. The marble used for this jewelry is from the slabs that were replaced.

These cuff links are crafted from the surface of the authentic Tennessee pink marble from the Main Concourse floor of Grand Central Terminal (GCT). Set in a 4-prong sterling silver setting with a swivel finding, each marble piece features the slight wear of commuter and sightseer traffic. Measures 3/4" x 7/16".

Officially licensed by the New York Transit Authority, each pair of cuff links come in a GCT gift box with a Certificate of Authenticity.

 

Read the article Grand Central's Respect for History Is From The Ground Up to learn more about the restoration.

 

What's The Story

From 2007-2012, the MTA restored the marble floor of Grand Central Terminal. In order to perfectly match new stone to the existing slabs, the MTA persuaded the quarry of the original Tennessee pink marble to reopen for this project after it had been closed for nearly 30 years. The marble used for this item is from slabs that were replaced.

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