Postcard Row House Facade Model
The houses along Steiner Street, or 'Postcard Row', have become iconic of San Francisco's residential architecture. When built in the 1890s, these Victorian style houses were of a single color and rather drab. Since then, residents have decorated the facades in a variety of ways, lending each house its own unique color scheme and personality, and earning them the moniker 'The Painted Ladies of San Francisco'. The name 'Postcard Row' is a reference to how often these buildings adorn tourist postcards! This architectural sculpture of a typical 'Postcard Row' facade was handcrafted by the duo Chisel & Mouse in their studio in Sussex, England. It is made of strong plaster that has a reassuring weight and smooth, cool feel. The window frames and door are made of etched brass. See more work from Chisel & Mouse here.
Please note: This is a special order item, so please allow extra time for delivery.
Size: 10.5" x 5" x 2"
Member price: $193.50