Nightfall Grey with Copper, Caramel & Hinoki Wood Japanese Cranes in Flight Ukiyo-e Print Silk Cravat
The crane, or "tsuru" (鶴), is perceived to be a mystical creature in Japan. Otherwise known as the "bird of happiness", it is a symbol of good luck, love, fidelity, and long life.
A strong symbol of success and good fortune in Japanese culture, it is said when folded into origami your heart’s desire will come true. An ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by the gods.
Made From 36oz 'Extra Soft' Silk Twill 100% Pure Silk • Dry Clean Only
Printed and Handcrafted in England
Dimensions: Tip to Tip 120cm, Width of Blade 15cm, Width of Neck 5cm, Neck Length 37cm