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Crane of Remembrance - Durable Keepsake

The Crane of Remembrance is a beautiful keepsake with cultural Japanese and Jewish significance. In Asia, a crane stands for peace, healing and long-life, and in Judaism this item will help you hold onto someone or something in a peaceful way forever, given a natural rock can placed on a grave and has permanence.

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The Colors - A Rainbow of Choices

Red Shining Crane of Remembrance
Rainbow choices of cranes of remembrance
Entire Rainbow
Lavender crane of remembrance in vase
Warm crane of remembrance colors
Warm Colors
Cool crane of remembrance colors
Cool Colors


Resting crane of remembrance with the word Family on one wing
Crane of remembrance in vase with a name on the right wing
In Vase

Serving as a garden decoration, this resting crane can be the uplifting centerpiece on a table, placed in the garden, or rest like dust with by a beloved one's stone. In Jewish tradition, a stone is placed on loved ones grave as a symbol of the forever's presence, this centers on that ritual. Coming with the shimmery plastic crane (with suitable 4 inch long wings) of your color choice, a polymer clay coated wooden post, a glass vase (6 inches tall), three (3) river stones and a short poem, please enjoy holding onto life with this origami crane, whether a gift for the remembered, in celebration or for everyday cheer.

The story behind this piece: It was born upon the loss of Lisa's Grandpa Joe and commemorates his symbolic 100 years of Jewish life. A speech was also written for the burial ceremony and is simply called The Resting Prayer, which accompanies the durable plastic Crane of Remembrance.

A Symbol of Inspiration

-- Family in Hiroshima, Japan at the Children's Peace Park --

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