Carnegie Mansion Plush


Designer Donna Wilson
Material Shell: 100% Lambswool; Filling: Polyester
Manufacturer Donna Wilson
Description 17" x 14"
The home of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, the Carnegie Mansion was built in 1903 by Scottish-American industrialist, Andrew Carnegie. It was the very first American residence to have a steel frame, an elevator, and central heating.

Scottish designer Donna Wilson has been working with talented craftspeople in the UK for over a decade. Her whimsical creations have brought joy to both adults and children around the world.