Transcript for Lady Liberty, 130 Years Old and More Beautiful Than Ever
The statue of liberty officially dedicated 130 years ago tomorrow. Tonight, an American idea to share part of it. It's morning in New York City. Lining up and so are we. The park ranger had a hunch. This was made in America. You see right up there. Headed by ferry to the statue of liberty. Lady liberty, a gift in 1886. Now, a gift that's giving. We meet an American jewelry maker. What does she mean to you? She means liberation, she means freedom. Reporter: Freedom. Grandfather came to America from Armenia, through Ellis island, she still has the suitcase. Her father then starting an American jewelry business. Can you imagine coming into this harbor and seeing that? Reporter: She had no idea that during the mid '80s, they took out much of the copper. A Tennessee family buying it. We've been storing it and cure rating it for a very long time. Reporter: But Carolyn would would work with that family and the national park service. Did you have any idea that someone would come up with an idea like? I hoped someone would. Reporter: She did. Carolyn making jewelry here in America. Each piece, a replica. All because that Tennessee family said yes. He said, I found you! I didn't know it was a life-long dream for him to make sure that this metal had a proper home. Reporter: A torch and 50 stars for 50 states. This is the copper right here? That's the copper. Reporter: Her brand Alex and ani donating money back, for the new museum to be bit right here on the island. Knowing her small torches are now all over the world. She travels. She does. She's -- she's all around the world. Sharing lady libe Relief for commuters were not
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