Röhm Magnetic Acrylic Desk Award
The Röhm Award is named after Otto Karl Julius Röhm, one of several chemists in 1928 that developed polymethyl methacrylate, also known as acrylic. One of the initial founders of Röhm and Haas chemical company which would later go on to become Dow Chemical. Röhm was named inventor or co-inventor on over 70 patents in his lifetime.
This unique and modern 3-dimensional award is perfect for a desk or bookshelf. Crystal clear acrylic ensures all details of the patent are highly visible and beautifully displayed. The freestanding design provides decorative details on the reverse side to compliment the award with artistic flair.
Comprised of two pieces of clear acrylic having embedded magnetic corners that hold the artwork of your choosing.
- Inventor Name, Patent Number and Issue Date printed on front side
- Complimentary decorative artwork printed on back side
- Dimensions: 5” x 7” x 1”
- Parchment paper insert
- Magnetic attachment accents
- 3 artwork styles to choose from: