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Still Waters

The Mystery of the Money Tree Revealed

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Buried in ancient Chinese tombs, money trees are bronze sculptures believed to provide eternal prosperity in the afterlife.

One money tree was crafted in southwest China during the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220 CE). Supported by a ceramic base, this rare piece of art stands 52 inches tall and spans 22 inches wide. Dragons and phoenixes — symbols of longevity — and coins decorate the tree's 16 bronze leaves.

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Mnemonix

I thought money doesn't grow on trees. I knew it was an elaborate cover up.

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spud the mackem

All the" leaves " have fallen off my Money Tree..but no worries I've got a penny jar.

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CRIPTIC CHAMELEON

My money tree got hit by autumn and winter and just never recovered but now that the kids have gone spring and summer seems to be a haze reappearing on the horizon. :nw:

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Ashotep

I don't want a money tree for the afterlife, your not suppose to need one then, I want one now.

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HawkLord

My parents always told me that money doesnt grow on trees, damm them I knew they were lying. :o:angry:

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