From past to present
At family dinners, George Case would often give small glass animals to his granddaughters by placing them in finger bowls on the table. The swan figurine in the photo above was the gift his granddaughter, Brenda Bench, found in her finger bowl at one of these dinners, most likely in the early 1940s. In 2016, Brenda’s daughter, Elizabeth Jennings, contacted White & Case to ask if she, Case’s great-granddaughter, could be given a tour of the firm’s offices during a visit she was planning from Seattle to New York city. when Elizabeth arrived for the tour, she brought with her the figurine and gave it to the firm, another timeless connection between the past and the present. Glass swan figurine measures: 1.375" long x 2.375" tall
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