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ชาวญี่ปุ่นเชื่อว่ากิงโก๊ะ เป็นสัญลักษณ์แห่งความรักและสุขภาพที่แข็งแรง ศิลปินผู้ชำนาญการของ FINE26 ได้บรรจงสร้างศิลปะนูนต่ำจากโลหะโดยการจากการออกแบบร่วมอย่างใกล้ชิดระหว่างศิลปิน และนักออกแบบผลิตภัณฑ์ เก็บรายละเอียดอย่างรอบคอบและสวยงาม เสริมด้วยกระบวน Hydrogen Clean Laser Cut ที่ทันสมัย ทำให้ได้กลีบกิงโก๊ะที่เป็นธรรมชาติ งานศิลปะ GINGKO  เหมาะกับห้องรับแขก และห้องนั่งเล่น ที่จะนำความรักและสุขภาพที่แข็งแรงแก่ผู้ที่ชื่นชม


To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one's family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one's own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him.



Considered a living fossil, the ginkgo tree has no known living relatives and has endured for millions of years with little change. In fact, ginkgo is the oldest surviving species of tree known to exist, with a botanical history spanning more than 200 million years. This demonstration of resilience, combined with its antiquity, has granted the tree many symbolic meanings throughout the world. It has become a symbol of strength, hope and peace for many.


Hope and Peace

For centuries, the ginkgo tree has served as a symbol of hope and peace in its native land of China, and that representation is widely demonstrated in Chinese literature and art. One of the first depictions of the tree in this capacity exisits on a mural in an ancient tomb. Created late in the 5th century A.D., the image uses the ginkgo tree to represent the end of a politically unstable period in China's history and a movement towards peace. The artists of ancient China often pictured the Buddha's Dragon Tree as a ginkgo tree, as well, further cementing its place as a historical symbol. The tree continued to appear throughout Chinese culture and was always associated with an optimistic view of the future. Chinese monks ultimately introduced the tree to Japan, where it remains very popular in temples and tea gardens.


Strength and Longevity

In the now infamous events of August 6, 1945, the United States dropped a nuclear bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. Near the detonation site were several trees, 170 of which survived the blast. Six of these trees were badly damaged ginkgo trees, which are now known as hibaku in Japan. Hibaku is a Japanese word that means "something that has experienced a nuclear bomb." Even though scientists predicted that nothing would grow at the site for 75 years, the ginkgo trees and several others fully recovered, and ginkgo is now regarded as a symbol of endurance and vitality.




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