1800's Old New Orleans Bourbon Street Slate Roofing Tile
Condition: Collectible Gift Quality
Roofing slates mined in Pennsylvania and transported down the Ohio & Mississippi rivers on rafts became
the roofing material after the disasterous fire of 1795.
Each one was individually hand shaped. This one came from an old building on
Bourbon Street, dating back to the early 1800's. It was originally owned by a famous merchant named LeMoyne.
SLATE TILE WITH DECOUPAGED PICTURE OF THE BRULATOUR COURTYARD IN OLD NEW ORLEANS.
INCLUDES LEATHER STRIP IN OLD NAIL HOLES TO HANG NICELY IN YOUR HOME.
SIZE (APPROX) 6 X 5 INCHES
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