Followers of “The Wizard of Oz” in search of a glimpse of the ruby slippers are in for a deal with.
The Nationwide Museum of American Historical past revealed on Twitter Friday that the well-known footwear from the celebrated film are being put again on show.
Oct. 19 kicks off the “opening weekend of the Ruby Slippers gallery,” in addition to different shows, the museum mentioned on its web site, after the footwear paid a go to to the conservation lab for restoration.
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“After their journey to the museum’s Conservation Lab, they’re stabilized, glowing clear, and able to be on view for years to come back,” the museum mentioned.
And for a time period, showing alongside “the long-lasting pink footwear” would be the Scarecrow hat, that was worn by actor Ray Bolger within the film, the museum mentioned.
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The museum posted a brief video on Fb of the ruby slippers hid in a white field, which it mentioned was “custom-made” and resides within the conservation lab.
“Daybreak Wallace, our good witch of object conservation, spent over 200 hours cleansing every sequin, securing threads, and stabilizing the footwear to allow them to be on show for generations to come back,” the put up mentioned. “We’re someplace over the rainbow to have the ability to put them again on show.”