Origami Embroidered Cocktail Napkins
Crane: In Japan, cranes are a symbol of happiness and eternal youth. They represent good fortune and longevity. It was believed that the wings of the crane carried souls up to paradise.
Butterfly: A symbol of metamorphosis and transformation, the shape of a butterfly in Japanese culture is commonly known as a symbol of good luck, health, and prosperity.
Frog: The word kaeru ["frog" in Japanese] means to return; frog talisman are sometimes carried by travelers to make sure they return home safely from their journeys.
Blowfish: Innocent but dangerous, the pufferfish is a delicacy in Japan. While it can kill the consumer, it remains popular with thrill-seekers.
Samurai Jacket: Symbolizes honor, valor, and loyalty. Samurai compromised less than 10% of the Japanese population, yet their teachings and ways are still observed in everyday Japanese life.
Origami Boat: Symbolizes hope and life because, like life, the paper boat won't float forever, and eventually, it will sink and come to an end. And like life, the paper boat is fragile and can be easily destroyed.
Dimensions: 6" X 6" 100% cotton linen; six napkins per set
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