|Size||1¾" x 3¼"|
|Material||Solid brass, electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver finish, giclee print.|
The cherry blossoms in Washington have heralded spring and warm weather since they arrived in 1912, a gift to the city from the mayor of Tokyo. Thousands flock to the nation's capital each year to witness the fleeting, pink blooms along the Tidal Basin. This bookmark depicts a view of the White House during late March or early April, the apex of the cherry blossoms bloom.