McAlpin Hotel Cuff Links

  • These cuff links are crafted from an authentic copper window encasement of the McAlpin Hotel in New York City.
  • Set in sterling silver with a swivel finding, this piece of copper features the wear of decades of use. Measures approximately
    3/4" X 1/2".
  • Each pair of cuff links comes gift-boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity.


Additional Product Information

The McAlpin Hotel in Herald Square was built in 1912 by General Edwin A. McAlpin, president of D.H. McAlpin & Co., a tobacco manufacturer. At the time of its opening, the McAlpin was the largest hotel in the world, employed 1,500 people and could accomodate 2,500 guests. It was known for its Turkish Baths on the top floor and the Marine Grill Murals, which were reassembled by MTA artists and are currently on display at the Fulton/Broadway/Nassau Subway Station. The hotel was also home to Jackie Robinson who was a resident on April 10, 1947, the day he became a Brooklyn Dodger and achieved major league status. In the late 1970s the hotel was converted to apartments and is currently known as Herald Towers.