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Tranquil Serenity Brooch - Crane

Tranquil Serenity Brooch - Crane

Regular price $59.00 AUD
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Introducing the "Tranquil Serenity" Brooch: This exquisite brooch showcases the graceful origami crane, symbolizing peace, harmony, and longevity. The crane's presence invokes a sense of tranquility, reminding us to seek inner peace and cultivate harmonious relationships. With its elegant design, the "Tranquil Serenity" Brooch serves as a timeless reminder of the beauty found in balance and the pursuit of serenity. Wear this brooch as a symbol of peace, a talisman for harmony, and a celebration of the enduring spirit. Let it be a source of inspiration for a life filled with tranquility, unity, and lasting joy.
Individually Hand-Folded Crane:

Indulge in allure of our Tranquil Serenity Crane Brooch, show casing a meticulously hand-folded crane crafted from 6 cm x 6 cm Japanese Washi Paper. This Captivating piece features the crane gracefully sitting on a stainless steel pin, adding a touch of elegance and artistry to your ensemble. A truly enchanting accessory

Vibrant Colours:
The crane design is available in a wide range of stunning colours. Keep in mind the patterns maybe slightly different to image as each fold is unique on its own. Custom colours available here.
Crafted for Longevity:
The cranes are hand-coated in multiple layers of non-toxic lacquer. This makes the necklace water-resistant meaning it doesn't lose shape over time. The pin is crafted from stainless steel so it won't rust over time.
Elevate your style and express your affection with our exceptional water-resistant origami jewellery collection. Treat yourself or surprise someone special with this captivating piece, a meaningful gift for a girlfriend, Mum, or a cherished present to commemorate a first-year wedding anniversary. Make a lasting impression with heartfelt elegance.
Made with Love by Parry Yang:
Parry Yang personally handcrafts all her jewelry from her home studio in the beach-side suburb of Coogee Beach in Sydney, Australia.
Parry first learned the art of folding origami at the age of 10 years in her hometown of Shantou, China. Her love of the ancient art of origami inspires the unique design of this stunning jewelry collection.

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