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London photo, Elfin Oak, Kensington Gardens

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The Elfin Oak stands in Kensington Gardens near the gates of Kensington Palace. It was moved here from Richmond Park in 1928, at which time it was already over 800 years old. The oak stump was then carved by children's book illustrator Ivor Innes, who added a plethora of painted figurines of faeries, gnomes, pixies, and other fanciful creatures. The tree has been awarded Grade II listed status.

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