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The Seven Leaf Ginkgo Mobile, handmade and constructed from hammered copper, is the perfect addition to any indoor or outdoor area. Kept inside, the copper will retain its original luster, reflecting light around a room for years to come. When placed outdoors, the copper will slowly darken as it oxidizes, eventually creating a beautiful patina finish. Founded by husband and wife team, Jay and Naomi Jones, JFJones mobiles capture the beauty of the natural world with a touch of whimsy, creating striking indoor and outdoor art objects. This mobile design was initially inspired by the gingko trees that line the streets of downtown Greensboro, North Carolina.
Size: 26” Width x 18” Height. Handmade in the USA. Ships directly from the manufacturer in approximately 5-7 business days.
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