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Survivor Tree Two Tone Jewelry Collection
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Survivor Tree Two Tone Jewelry Collection

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Our Survivor Tree Two Tone Jewelry Collection, by artist Michael Michaud, is an enduring symbol of our country's resilience. The Survivor Tree, which was originally planted in the Trade Center Complex in the 1970s, was discovered in the rubble weeks after the 9/11 attacks. In 2001 the tree was only 8 feet tall, but today it stands 35 feet tall. Each piece is handcrafted in America from a bronze cast of a mold taken from the actual tree, then given a rich patina. These elegant accessories make truly original gifts for that special anniversary, birthday or holiday. Choose from a necklace, bracelet or earrings.

  • Each piece is crafted using a traditional "lost-wax" technique from a bronze cast of a mold taken from The Survivor Tree
  • All are molded in bronze with a hand-patina that has been silver plated, for deep, rich color
  • Adjustable necklace measures 16" L with 1.5" chain
  • Bracelet measures 7.25"L
  • Drop earrings measure 2"L
  • Handcrafted in America

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