Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field Snow Globe





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Brooklyn Dodgers Snow Globe

WOW! If you're a fan of the original Dodgers, this Ebbets Field replica snow globe makes a great addition to your collection. This quality snow globe plays "Take me out to the Ball Game" when you clap your hands or touch the globe. Carved from solid granite and hand-painted with fine detail, this Stadium Collectible snow globe makes an impressive statement on any desk or shelf.

Makes a great gift for home or office!

Each snow globe is a hand-crafted replica and makes a great souvenir.

Snow Globe Dimensions: 4½" x 5¾"

A time consuming, individualized process is employed to achieve the delicate detail that characterizes each piece. The reward is an enchanting visual delight. Over 935 different colors of varnishes, enamels, resins, inks and antiquings are employed. Seated fans and confetti are painted in the team's colors, adding more value as a sports collectible for many years. Enjoy!

Short history of the Dodgers: The Brooklyn Dodgers played their first game in 1890 as the Brooklyn Bridegrooms, but changed their name in 1911 to the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers in reference to those who had to dodge the numerous trolleys that ran throughout the borough. In 1947, with Jackie Robinson playing first base, the Dodgers (their name shortened in 1913), made history with major league's first African-American player. After numerous requests by the Dodgers to the New York Mayor for a new stadium, the Brooklyn Dodgers played their final game in 1957 once California secured a new stadium for them on the West Coast. While Brooklyn may not currently have a major league team, the minor league Brooklyn Cyclones have kept the baseball spirit alive in Brooklyn.

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