Glass ginkgo leaf from golden wine bottle... Jacob do Bandolim was playing "Andre de Sapato Novo" on his mandolin, when he was interrupted by a knock at the door. Orlando Silviera--accordion player who wasn't playing at the time, got up to answer the door. In walked a disheveled Rembrandt holding a drawing of "Christ on the road to Emmaus." That's about the time Paul Gauguin strode to the center of the room from one of the darkened corners--"Who wants to call in an order to Matt's Bar & Grill? I need a Jucy Lucy to pair with this wine from Washington!" The Brazilian sounds of "O Voo da Mosca" trailed off into the night gases... ...and here's the ginkgo leaf that I cut from the side of the wine bottle. It's been copper foiled and soldered with lead free solder--2 1/4" long by 3" wide, with a 2 1/4" copper copper stem and ball bearing swivel to get the party going. And don't forget? a hat for every head!