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Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics
Boston Red Sox™ - Westbrook Sports Classics

Materials: Marble, Cast Bronze, & Crystal

**ALL PRODUCTS COME WITH AN ACRYLIC CASE

Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with

permission of Major League Baseball. Visit MLB.com 

Size: 7x7in

Weight: 12.0lbs

Materials

Materials: Marble, Cast Bronze, & Crystal

**ALL PRODUCTS COME WITH AN ACRYLIC CASE

Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with

permission of Major League Baseball. Visit MLB.com 

Dimensions

Size: 7x7in

Weight: 12.0lbs

$299.99

Westbrook Sports Classics

Boston Red Sox™

FENWAY PARK™

The oldest active MLB stadium in the league, Fenway Park™ is famously known for its intricate architecture, an abundance of history, and of course the prominent “Green Monster.” The Boston Red Sox™ played their first MLB game in the historic venue on April 20, 1912. Today, the stadium is recognized as one of the United States’ historic places. Enjoy your own Westbrook artistic rendition of one of America’s most famous stadiums today.
Years Active: 1912-Present

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The Creative Process

Schematics

Schematics of each stadium are hand-drawn to accurately map out the fine details that go into every handmade piece.

WoodCarving

Every stadium model is hand-carved by John Westbrook, each unique stadium carving is used to make the mold for casting.

Molding

The handmade wood models are placed into silicone to create molds for the final shape of the cast bronze composite.

Finishing Touches

After casting, the statues are handpainted and completed with jewels, emblems, and the final touches completing the stadium.

Completion

Schematics of each stadium are hand-drawn to accurately map out the fine details that go into every handmade piece.