Small Peace Symbol

on Sandstone Base


The peace sign originated as the symbol used by the Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War.

Artist Gerald Holtom created an emblem that would have visual and political impact.

It was designed around the combination of both the 'N' and the 'D' semaphore flags, which stood for nuclear disarmament.

The 'Peace Sign' made it's debut during a protest march over the 1958 Easter weekend.

Protesters marched 52 miles from London to Berkshire- the site of the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment.


Tie Dyed Fusion Finish


Variation 3


Laser metal art stands 4.75"

Sandstone base is 2.25" x 2"


Second photo is the reverse...

It's like getting two sculptures for the price of one!


Since 1991, Lazart has been the leader in state of the art laser cut metal decor. 

Powder coated precision laser cut steel designs are truly one of a kind.


You will receive the item in the photograph


Made in the United States

Lazart Tie Dyed Fusion Small Peace Symbol on Sandstone Base