The Pennsylvania Monument in a Different Light

October 28, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Tealight Vigil PrototypeFeaturing the Pennsylvania Monument at Gettysburg

This aluminum print bears an image of the Pennsylvania state monument at Gettysburg, taken a few years ago during a fast moving summer storm. The sky was as dramatic as any I've seen in all my years of living here, and to my mind it perfectly compliments the iconic monument to the Sons of Pennsylvania, whose blood consecrates this hallowed ground.

The 8" round metal print is held by in place a prototype stand made from solid-surface material, lead-free pewter and brass, and which includes two thick glass tealight holders. I'm happy with the appearance of the prototype, and it is very sturdy with a pleasingly solid tactile quality. Unfortunately, because of the amount of time and material required to make it, I'll be modifying my design moving forward and there will be no others quite like it.

I've decided to sell the prototype stand paired with the Pennsylvania monument metal print, and this collectible set is available to the first person to claim it by email ([email protected]) and then pay for it.


Tealight Vigil PrototypeThere is only one - first come, first served!

This set also includes a signed certificate of authenticity and a suede-microfiber cleaning cloth (not pictured here). If you would like to own something of Gettysburg that's truly one-of-a-kind, this metal print and tealight set is $199 + tax & shipping. Be the first to claim it here!


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