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Made of heavy clear glass, vintage astray is from the former Lowes Summit Hotel in New York.

Built in 1961, the midcentury Lexington Avenue building with its curved facade was designed by architect Morris Lapidus.

Ashtray measures 4 inches across and measures 3/4 of an inch tall. Dark brown graphics are clear and sharp. There is a tiny chip on the inner rim but otherwise piece is in good condition.

Vintage Ashtray Lowes Summit Hotel New York


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