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Small Modular Squares
Made With Origami Paper

Information About This Set of Items

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Set ID #:1377
Category:Modular -- Small Square
Lid Size: 8 cm (3 1/8 in) Square
Base Size: 7.5 cm (3 in) Square
Box Height: 3.8 cm (1 1/2 in) - without Lid decoration
12.6 cm (5 in) - with Lid decoration
Lid Style:Modular Square - Dancing Crane
Base Style:Modular Square - Assorted
Designer:Tomoko Fuse
Design Source:Decoration Boxes - Origami Collection by Tomoko Fuse (Chikuma Shobo Publishing Co., Ltd., 1991) - in Japanese  >> Click here
 
Origami Boxes by Tomoko Fuse (Chikuma Shobo Publishing Co., Ltd., 1989)  >> Click here
Paper Type: Aitoh Printed Chiyogami Origami Paper Pack (PC50-150)
 
Yasutomo Fold 'Ems Hana Fubuki Washi Origami Paper (4332)
 
Daiyo Shiko Tokuyo Wagara Chiyogami Origami Paper - Butterflies (DW-363)
 
Aitoh 100 Colors Single-Sided Solid Colors Origami Paper (M-100C)
Sheet Size:15 cm (5 7/8 in) Square
Sheets Used:8 (Lid - 4; Base - 4) or
9 (Lid - 4; Base - 4; Liner - 1)
Paper Source: Paper Jade 
Comments:These beautiful boxes feature a most unusual lid. Four vanes rise upward from the corners of the lid, tapering toward the center to form a towering structure with a graceful crane at its pinnacle.
 
This crane is not created separately and then attached to the lid. Instead, it is an integral part of the lid structure.
 
Cranes (tsuru) are an important symbol in Japanese culture. Traditionally, they represent good fortune, long life, and fidelity. After World War II, cranes came to symbolize hope for peace and healing.
 
Because cranes mate for life, boxes featuring this symbol are appropriate for presenting gifts at engagement parties, wedding showers or receptions, and anniversary celebrations. These Towering Crane boxes could also be used as lovely party favors for guests on any of those occasions.
 
 
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