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Jane Pelland

Ginkgo Leaf Note Cards

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Native to China and its national tree, the Gingko biloba remains a symbol of longevity, hope, resilience, and peace.  Dubbed a 'living fossil' by Charles Darwin, the plant has thrived for more than 270 million years.  Since many Ginkgo's survived the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945, they are considered 'bearers of hope.'  Captivated by their exotic beauty, creative minds continue to use Ginkgo leaves as motifs in art and literature.

Lithographs and cards are reproduced from Jane’s original art by a fine art printer. Images are printed with vegetable-based, environmentally friendly inks onto the finest quality watercolor-type recyclable paper. Products are printed in the U.S.A. and use raw materials made in the U.S.A.

8 cards & envelopes
Made in Charleston, SC

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