Single Crane Dangle Earrings (E1C2CS3)


Sterling silver hook dangle earrings. Each earring is adorned with a pink and white Washi paper crane, 2 silver colored cube beads, and two Austrian crystals.

2 in stock

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These beautiful dangle earrings are hand-folded using Japanese Chiyogami Washi origami paper with a white background and bright pink geometric line design. The single crane is then hand painted with 3 coats of a pinkish sparkly top coat and then coated with a UV resin finish for added strength, longevity, and water resistance (not waterproof see FAQs). Each earring uses stamped 925 sterling silver hypoallergenic earring hooks and has a large authentic Austrian sparkling crystal sitting on top of the crane and a small Austrian crystal between 2 silver metal small cube beads for added interest.

***If you see an item that has already been SOLD I may be able to re-created it if I still have the same or similar paper, beads, or crystals. Please send me a message with the name/SKU of the sold piece and any inquiries, I am happy to help create another pair as close to the sold one as possible.

***Custom bead colors and paper styles are also available, completely build-to-suit, on request. Contact me today for a special pair to meet your needs. Just note that these will take about an extra week to create/ship.


  • Dangle earring design for added movement and sparkle
  • 925 stamped sterling silver hooks
  • All jewelry hardware is nickel-free
  • Japanese Chiyogami Washi origami paper
  • Authentic Vintage Austrian crystals
  • Silver metal small cube beads
  • Yieho UV Resin Crystal Clear Hard Type
  • Dragonfly Glaze Color Changing Acrylic Gold-Red-Violet Sparkle Top Coat
  • Each crane is 1″ wide and the earring hangs 2 1/4″ long.
  • Each earring weighs 0.1oz

What the Origami Cranes Stand For:

Although it began in Japan, the paper crane’s popularity has grown worldwide and symbolizes longevity, good fortune, good health, love, and hope. Each crane I fold I hope for these things for the person who purchases, gifts, wears my earrings or displays my other creations. It is also a legend that a person who folds a thousand paper cranes will be granted a wish. It is my hope that when I reach a thousand paper cranes I will have sold enough products to be able to make a donation to a charity in need. This is why I named my company Hope Cranes.