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Hammered Copper Ginkgo Branch Wall Sculpture...Since dinosaur days, the tree that Darwin called a "living fossil" has represented longevity and endurance to cultures around the world. Relatively unchanged for over 270 million years, the ginkgo is a testament to survivability. In fact, four ginkgos survived the Hiroshima bombings and flourish there to this day

Hammered Copper Ginkgo Branch Wall Sculpture...Since dinosaur days, the tree that Darwin called a "living fossil" has represented longevity and endurance to cultures around the world. Relatively unchanged for over 270 million years, the ginkgo is a testament to survivability. In fact, four ginkgos survived the Hiroshima bombings and flourish there to this day

The Mission Motif  - Ginkgo 14 Leaf Copper Mobile with Patina , $185.00 (http://www.missionmotif.com/ginkgo-14-leaf-copper-mobile-with-patina/)

The Mission Motif - Ginkgo 14 Leaf Copper Mobile with Patina , $185.00 (http://www.missionmotif.com/ginkgo-14-leaf-copper-mobile-with-patina/)

Ginkgo Tree Pictures, Ginkgo Tree Images | NaturePhoto

Ginkgo Tree Pictures, Ginkgo Tree Images | NaturePhoto

Ginkgo Mobile with 7 Copper Leaves: Jay Jones: Metal Sculpture - Artful Home

7 Leaf Copper Ginkgo Mobile by Jay Jones (Metal Sculpture

Ginkgo Mobile with 7 Copper Leaves: Jay Jones: Metal Sculpture - Artful Home

Great Ginkgo tree, Zuio-ji Temple, Niihama, Ehime, Japan

絵になる光景 | 植物 > 樹木の写真 | GANREF

Mosaic Accent Table...The mosaic is among the oldest of art forms. Originating in Mesopotamia over 4000 years ago, the first mosaics were colored terra cotta cones pressed into wet plaster. Fused glass was used by the Egyptians. Pebbles were used by the Greeks. The Romans made more mosaics than any other culture, and the Byzantine empire perfected the art with individual tiles, including colored glass angled to catch the light. Bravo!

Mosaic Accent Table...The mosaic is among the oldest of art forms. Originating in Mesopotamia over 4000 years ago, the first mosaics were colored terra cotta cones pressed into wet plaster. Fused glass was used by the Egyptians. Pebbles were used by the Greeks. The Romans made more mosaics than any other culture, and the Byzantine empire perfected the art with individual tiles, including colored glass angled to catch the light. Bravo!

Gingko art 2 - another option for contrast design shape, like the graduated size among the tiers... maybe have top or bottom be mixture of both designs

Ginkgo Background

Gingko art 2 - another option for contrast design shape, like the graduated size among the tiers... maybe have top or bottom be mixture of both designs

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