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Origami Earrings - Tiny Crane Golden Wings

Origami Earrings - Tiny Crane Golden Wings

Regular price $75.00 AUD
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Introducing the captivating "Tiny Crane Golden Wings" Earrings: These minimal yet elegant everyday earrings house a 2 cm x 2 cm tiny crane within golden double hoops, brimming with symbolic meanings. The tiny crane represents transformation, adaptability, and the ability to navigate life's challenges with grace. The golden double hoops symbolize unity, harmony, and the interconnectedness of all things. These earrings embody a sense of balance and elegance, perfect for everyday wear. They serve as a reminder to embrace change, find harmony within ourselves, and appreciate the beauty of simplicity. With their understated design, the "Golden Wings" Earrings add a touch of sophistication and hold a world of meaning.

 Watch video for how to fold a tiny crane. 


Individually Hand-Folded Crane:

These origami earrings feature a tiny hand-folded crane crafted from a small piece of 2cm x 2cm Japanese Washi paper. The crane is housed in two elegant gold-coloured hoop earrings.


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 are available here.


Crafted for Longevity:

The cranes are hand-coated in multiple layers of non-toxic lacquer. This makes the earrings water-resistant meaning they don't lose their shape over time. The earrings are hypoallergenic and are suitable for sensitive skin.



Treat yourself or someone special with our unique eye-catching water-resistant origami jewellery to tell them how much you care. These everyday earrings make an excellent gift for a girlfriend, Mum, or the perfect present for a first-year wedding anniversary


Made with Love by Parry Yang:

Parry Yang personally handcrafts all her jewellery 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 jewellery collection.

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