The Arctic Club is one of Seattle's iconic historic buildings, famous for its architecture and multi-colored matte glaze terra cotta work, including walruses protruding from the facade.
Built in 1916 for the Arctic Club, a social group established by wealthy individuals who experienced Alaska's gold rush, it is now a luxury hotel in the heart of Pioneer Square. The building basically started its life as a bar. In late 1907, two tycoons established a social club with other Arctic explorers as a place to drink and reminisce on old times in the Arctic.
Our crystal is lead-free and made in the USA.