Vincent Van Gogh was famous for his paintings of Sunflowers. In late 1888 in Aries in the south of France, he was staying with his friend Paul Gauguin. The sunflowers were originally intended as decorations to adorn Gauguin's room in the "yellow house" that they were renting, but have now become synonymous with Van Gogh's name.
A haugty plant, it is the tallest in the garden.
Made of Gold leaf and druzy stone center, sterling silver hook
Made in the U.S.A
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