Star Struck

Grace your home with this heavenly statue.

By Hilary Geisbert - March 2014

Grace your home with this starburst statue by Two’s Company

Grace your home with this heavenly statue.

By Hilary Geisbert - March 2014

-Photography by David Colwell

A starburst is typically associated with an unusually high rate of star formation, creating incredible astronomical displays.

This Starburst statue by Two’s Company brings the galactic experience down to Earth with its unique modern appeal. It’s made from gold iron sitting atop a marble base and provides any table with a “wow” factor.

Starburst statue ($150) at Curiosity, 1000 Lancaster St., No. 130, 410-727-6262.




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