Cincinnati Taft Museum
A sterling silver charm depicting the Taft Museum in downtown Cincinnati.
Today a museum of art, the structure was originally built as a villa for Martin Baum. William Howard Taft and his family lived in the house from 1873 to 1929. As avid art collectors, the Tafts turned their house into a museum and donated it to the people of Cincinnati in 1927.
This charm is a part of a collection of custom designed Cincinnati Charms created by Just Like You Designs for Krombholz Jewelers to highlight iconic landmarks of the Cincinnati landscape. All charms are available in any choice of metal. Please call for a current price in the metals other than sterling silver.