Marblehead VillageScape - King Hooper Mansion

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Home to the Marblehead Arts Association since 1938 the King Hooper Mansion was built in 1728 by Greenfield Hooper a candlemaker. The house is named for his son Robert who was given the affectionate title of King by the local seamen because of his reputation for geniality and fairness.

2 1/2" tall
3 3/4" wide

Our VillageScape ornaments are one of our signature creations. We make them for ourselves to celebrate the beauty of our home of Marblehead and New England. We also make them for gift sellers and other organizations across the country.

Each design is hand-sculpted by one of our talented studio artists. It is then hand-cast, by our production studio of bonded marble dust. Each one is hand painted. Truly a one-of-a-kind work of art!

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