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Salvador Dali Museum

Enigma Staircase Diecut Metal Bookmark

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Enigma Staircase Diecut Metal Bookmark

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The discovery of the DNA molecule by Crick and Watson in 1953 intrigued Dali as did many discoveries in modern science. Dali had spoken of the connection between spirals and life in the early 1950's, before the DNA molecule and its spiral shape had even been discovered! The Dali Museum's iconic staircase echoes Dali's fascination with nature's precision. This exclusive bookmark of diecut metal features that staircase, reflecting the Dali Museum's appreciation for perfection in nature. Measures 4 inches tall and 1 inch wide, not including the tassle.
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Enigma Staircase Diecut Metal Bookmark
The discovery of the DNA molecule by Crick and Watson in 1953 intrigued Dali as did many discoveries in modern science. Dali had spoken of the connection between spirals and life in the early 1950's, before the DNA molecule and its spiral shape had even been discovered! The Dali Museum's iconic staircase echoes Dali's fascination with nature's precision. This exclusive bookmark of diecut metal features that staircase, reflecting the Dali Museum's appreciation for perfection in nature. Measures 4 inches tall and 1 inch wide, not including the tassle.
$11.95
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Enigma Staircase Diecut Metal Bookmark
The discovery of the DNA molecule by Crick and Watson in 1953 intrigued Dali as did many discoveries in modern science. Dali had spoken of the connection between spirals and life in the early 1950's, before the DNA molecule and its spiral shape had even been discovered! The Dali Museum's iconic staircase echoes Dali's fascination with nature's precision. This exclusive bookmark of diecut metal features that staircase, reflecting the Dali Museum's appreciation for perfection in nature. Measures 4 inches tall and 1 inch wide, not including the tassle.
$11.95
0 100