RETIRED - SHELIA'S
MOREY MANSION #CAM02
Issued: 01/01/1997 - RETIRED: 12/31/1998
Dimensions: 6.8" x 6.5"x 1"
Description on back: "The Morey Mansion, built in 1890 by retired San Francisco shipbuilder David Morey, is a spectacular example of eclectic High Victorian. The house is reported to have cost $20,000 to build. Morey, then in his 60's, using his shipbuilding talent did much of the work himself. This is most apparent in the onion tower which is constructed much like that of a boat hull. Morey is also responsible for most of the lavishly carved interior woodwork. Now beautifully restored, the house is run as a Bed and Breakfast."
Shelia's collectibles feature hand painted details on two pieces of pressed wood cut to give a two-dimensional unique look.
Shelia's architectural miniatures are accurate in every detail. They replicate America's most admired homes and landmark properties.
All Shelia's collectibles are made in Charleston, SC. a great addition to your collection or a cherished gift.
This series includes several pieces, all are in stock ready to ship.
Edwards Mansion - CAM01, Morey Mansion - CAMO2, Morris Tuttle - CAMO3,
Carson Mansion - CAMO4, Long-Waterman Mansion - CAMO5
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