Crane, one of the most graceful birds in the air. Kurēn in the Japanese language where like in most Asian countries the crane holds a special reverence. It has long been a symbol of happiness and good fortune. It is recognized as a sign of long life because of its fabled life span of a thousand years.
Crane in the Navajo language is pȟeháŋ. Many Native American tribes believe the crane to be a symbol of good luck. It was considered a very good sign if you saw a crane while fishing. The crane has a number of symbolic meaning other than luck. Cranes are considered omens of freedom, leadership, speaking skills, peace, and lighting. There are many Native American tribes have a courtship ceremony known as the crane dance.
The crane is a wall hanging that measures 24 inches in height by 19 ½ inches wide. Cut from 12 gauge steel. We use a thicker steel, approximately 1/8 inch, than our competitors. We feel this provides a more substantial piece with more eye appeal. It is then prepped and painted with automotive grade primer & paints then finished with automotive grade clear coat. Paints are UV protected making this piece suitable for outdoor as well as indoor display.
We do not carry a large inventory. We cater to you our Customer, for this reason, we usually cut orders as we receive them. In this way, if you require the piece to be modified (color, special hangers, etc) then we can accommodate your needs, usually without extra charges. As a rule, the only extra charge we will make will be for larger sizes…This requires us to put a fifteen day shipping time on the piece. Most of the time we ship sooner rather than later.
Unless requested by a Customer we do not use clip art or purchased designs. Like our other designs, this is an in-house Copyrighted© design. This is an heirloom quality piece that will be appreciated for generations to come.
Note: This is not a toy. Although we make every effort to make each piece as safe as possible, due to the design there will most likely be sharp edges and sharp points.
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