ICONX Big Ben Clock Tower & Palace of Westminster 3D Laser Cut Model
ICONX Big Ben Clock Tower - Steel Cut Model
Known to most of the world as Big Ben, the clock tower that resides at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, England is actually just a nickname for which there is some debate about the origin. To celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, the clock tower was renamed in 2012 as the Elizabeth Tower. It was completed in 1858, and in 2009 it celebrated its 150th anniversary. Big Ben is the second largest four-faced chiming clock in the world, measuring in at 316 feet in height.
The individual pieces are simply popped out of the two metal sheets and assembled without the use of solder or glue by simply bending and/or twisting the connection tabs. A small metal base (to be assembled) comes with the model to hold it aloft. Assembled, it becomes an authentic, museum-quality laser cut replica of Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster.