Logan Utah Temple Layered Wood Plaque
Logan Temple Plaque
This multi-layer "mandala style" temple plaque is an original design. The detailed art piece is created out of 10 layers of laser-cut birch, maple, mahogany and red oak woods with a total thickness of 1.25". Each layer is slightly different than the one above and uses design elements that reflect the unique architectural detail found in this specific temple, an effect that is relaxing and mesmerizing.
This unique piece of inspirational artwork makes a special gift for friends, newly weds and loved ones. It can be showcased in your home or office, hung on a wall or displayed on a desk or shelf.
The Logan Utah Temple Layer Plaque has been created in 3 sizes. This custom laser cut design is gorgeous and durable and includes a wooden box for shipping and storage, though you will want to show it off in a prominent place.
The Logan Utah Temple was completed in 1884, and is the fourth temple built by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the second longest operational temple. The Logan Temple is the church's sixth largest temple. It was built on a 9-acre (3.6 ha) plot selected by Brigham Young and has 4 ordinance rooms and 11 sealing rooms, with a total floor area of 119,619 square feet. The design by the church's head architect, Truman O. Angell, had two towers and was based on the same pattern as the Salt Lake Temple, with a large assembly hall and other similar rooms. On May 17, 1884 the Logan Temple was dedicated by Church president John Taylor. The design incorporates an unusual amount of Gothic detailing compared with other temples, which are more Renaissance or Byzantine-inspired.