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    ginger root sculptures - cld ginger be anymore beautiful than this?

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    • Sachie Mifune

      ginger root sculptures: unique ginger roots, matte porcelain sculpture. A colorful, glazed interior glows from within.

    • C P

      ginger root sculptures~ art meets juicing~ ode to the anti-inflammatory root

    • The Kitchn

      Porcelain Ginger Root Sculpture from Leif — Faith’s Daily Find 07.05.12

    • Nina Lina

      ginger root sculptures // all white with hints of color // DIY It

    • Anabelle Fonseca

      ginger root sculptures#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

    • Jennifer Ahrens

      White slip cast pods. ginger root sculptures

    • Leah Hefner

      Ginger Root Sculpture for my coffee table?

    • C P

      ginger root sculptures~ art meets juicing

    • Hannah Mittelstaedt

      ginger sculpture

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