Gothic ginkgo leaf talisman pendant - Ravetta Designs
Gothic ginkgo leaf talisman pendant - Ravetta Designs
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Gothic ginkgo leaf talisman pendant

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  • Handmade in polymer clay, this ginkgo leaf pendant measures 2.5 cm

  • Set in an antique brass setting

  • Suspended from a 24-inch antique brass curb chain with spring ring clasp

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Inspired by the Victorian language of flowers, this handmade talisman symbolises resilience due to the unfading strength of the Gingko Tree, a plant which has been around since dinosaurs roamed the Earth.

Each gothic ginkgo leaf talisman pendant is hand crafted in emerald green clay and hand painted with metallic black gold paint. The pendant is then sealed with a protective varnish and suspended from a 24-inch antiqued brass chain.

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      A symbol of resilience this handmade ginkgo leaf talisman pendant is the perfect jewellery gift for a lover of the botanical world.

      Did you know?

      1. Ginkgo trees are often considered to be a living fossil, with ancestors having been on the earth for over 200 million years the Ginko tree is the oldest know tree to mankind. Ginkgo leafs are often found in many city's including London, the Ginko leaf is a botanical oddity with nothing else like it in the plant world.
      2. Ginkgo leafs are one of the more resilience plants and have been around since dinosaurs roamed the earth, almost unchanged for 200 million years. The Ginko leaf is a wonderful symbol of resilience and longevity and create the perfect symbolism within jewellery making this the perfect jewellery gift.
      3. The oldest living plant, the ginkgo has been around since dinosaurs roamed the Earth and has a strong will to live – often popping up in some of the busiest cities in the world- including London.