Brown v. Board of Education National Hist. Site Bolihua Ornament
This glass ornament is unique because it is hand painted using a process called bolihua, a reverse glass painting technique that has been practiced in China since the early 18th century. The painting is done from the inside through the holes at the top and bottom of the glass globe using special narrow brushes and pointed sticks. Each piece has the design detail applied in layers over several days. This ornament is painted with an image of the historic school house at the center of the landmark court case, which is now part of Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site.
- Official park ornament approved by the National Park Service for Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site
- Size: 2 3/4"
- Arrives strung and ready for hanging