Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
Gingko Hair Stick
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Gingko Hair Stick

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$47.00
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Pewter Celtic Gingko Hair Stick is a perfect accessory to dress up a bun or any hair up do. The detail on this piece is amazing - you can see every detail!

5 1/2" long - perfect for medium to thick hair! The solid pewter construction solid comb means this hair jewelry will last a lifetime!

PEWTER

Made of solid lead free pewter - Pewter has been used in jewelry making for pewter does NOT RUST OR TARNISH and will last a lifetime. Pewter was used for decorative metal items in the Ancient World by the Egyptians and later the Romans, and came into extensive use in Europe during the Middle Ages - it was once considered the metal of kings because of its beauty and expense! 

**About Gingko Leaf Symbolism

The Gingko tree is ancient, in fact it is the oldest surviving tree known to exist with an agricultural history of more than 200 million years. Because of it’s ability to survive under the harshest conditions, the ginkgo tree is associated with longevity.

The Ginkgo stands for resilience, hope, peace, love, magic, timelessness, and long life.

Ginkgo is also associated with duality, a symbol of the feminine and masculine sides of all living things in balance, like the yin and yang symbol.

The gingko leaf carries the meaning of renewal as the tree puts on a brilliant color display every year as it sheds it’s leaves to grow new ones. The green leaves turn yellow during the fall. And as if on cue, shed all it’s leaves within a few days and sometimes within an autumn day. This is so that it can go about growing new leaves again. A beautiful symbol of transformation, beauty and renewal.