MICHAEL MICHAUD - Survivor Tree Necklace

MICHAEL MICHAUD

The callery pear tree was originally planted at the trade center complex in the 1970’s. It was discovered in the rubble weeks after the 9/11 attacks with snapped roots and a blackened trunk. It was taken to the Arthur Ross Nursery in Van Cortlandt Park in The Bronx and nursed back to health. It was 8 feet tall at the time of the attacks and now stands 35 feet tall. The callery pear was replanted at the site on 12/22/2010 and symbolizes the city and country’s resilience.

The Survivor Tree necklace is cast in hand patinated bronze with matte silver plated flowers and white freshwater pearls. 

Length-17" -18" L (adjustable) with 2.5" L Drop

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