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by Marianne Romero - Mexico

Handmade Ceramic Origami Ornament with Wooden Hoop

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The term origami comes from the Japanese words “oru” (means to fold) and “kami” (paper). Traditional origami is an ancient Japanese custom that was used in various formal ceremonies.

Origami also started as an educational tool, since the folding process involves many concepts that are relevant to the study of mathematics.

This Ceramic Origami Crane Ornament is a symbol of hope and healing. Given as a gift or brought into one's own home, this light and airy piece will give your abode an essence of serenity and ease, swaying delicately in any type of room.

White Texas Clay, Clear Glaze, Gold Luster, Thin Rope, Wooden Beads

5" x 4.25" x 0.5" (12.7cm x 10.79cm x 1.27cm)


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Marianne Romero

Marianne Romero is a multidisciplinary Mexican artisan, inspired by the indigenous peoples of Mexico, specifically Huichol art, and Bohemian culture.

She works with threads and textiles to create magnificent yarn paintings, capturing the sensations of nature through the movement of the threads. Integrating her art into earthen material, Marianne also crafts beautiful and delicate ceramic objects and jewelry.
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