The crane, or "tsuru" is a classic origami design, unchanged for centuries. Its often the first animal many folders learn, and is considered a symbol of good luck and wishes granted. Paper cranes are given to people who are sick to wish them a good recovery, or left at cemetaries or memorials as a wish for peace.
A true origami crane starts with a square piece of paper, and has only 16 folds. Now imagine starting with a sheet of silver only 1 1/2 inches across, and you get this little piece of art.
This crane is carefully folded from .999 fine silver, kiln fired, and highly polished. Its just barely 1 inch wide from wingtip to wingtip, or from nose to tail. This is soldered to a fine silver wire and ring. Comes complete with an 18 inch (45.7cm) sterling silver chain.
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Silver Origami Crane Pendant - True Origami Jewelry - Fine Silver Crane
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- Materials: fine silver, sterling silver, pmc, metal, metal clay, origami crane, origami pendant, silver origami, silver
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- Ships worldwide from Missouri, United States