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Metal Tree Of Life Wall Sculpture

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Metal Tree Of Life Wall Sculpture

Metal Tree Of Life Wall Sculpture

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A symbol of strength, trees have many meanings in our culture. With its impressive, nearly 3 ft. size and hammered, embossed details, our Metal Tree Of Life Wall Sculpture makes a statement of life, endurance and hope. Birds nest peacefully among the branches and delicate scrolls. Beautifully detailed metal for indoor use.

• Decorative tree art for hanging
• Tree of Life symbolizes strength and growth
• Hammered and embossed metal for beautiful detail

32"W x 1-1/2"D x 27-1/2"H
4.2 (based on 5 customer reviews)

By Lil' Ol' Gal from "Jaw-Ja"
FromColumbus, GA
Beautiful metal wall tree
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I have this beautiful metal artwork in the entrance to my hallway. Wow, is it an eye-catcher! My husband really likes it as well. The color is exactly like the picture on-line. It is metal so the amount of light around it affects the color. It could easily be used over a headboard in a bedroom - absolutely anywhere. Thank you, Plow and Hearth for offering such a beautiful addition to my home!

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By DAJphilly
FromPhiladelphia, PA
Conversation Piece!
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Needed something on a wall as you come in my front door. It fills the wall beautifully and compliments the tree of life portrait I purchased in Egypt.

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By Organized mom
Broken but beautiful
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I actually liked that it was darker than the picture online. It will be a very nice focal point above our mantle. I would have given it more stars if it came undamaged. I cannot recommend it yet, until I receive one I can use.

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By TFW46
Nice But Much Darker Than Pictured
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This sculpture is attractive but I expected it to be the same color as shown in the photo. It's actually much, much dark, in fact, that the detailing on the birds and leaves doesnt show well. I'm not going to be able to hang it where I had planned because of this -- and, to be honest, I wouldnt have bought it if I'd seen how dark it really is. But it's nice enough that I'll keep it and find a place for it.

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By Victoria and John
FromWinston Salem NC
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Hangs in our bedroom above our four poster bed which is dark cherry wood. It is a "solid" piece of wall art and definitely worth the money! Been looking for seven years for something to go in that particular spot and finally found it! It makes a great statement. Works great with high ceilings too. Thanks Plow and Hearth for bringing a store to our city. We love it!

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