Inspired by the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, our unusual Origami Snail Garden Statue is an interesting and artistic accent for any indoor or outdoor space.
The first Japanese origami is dated from the 6th century and was originally used by Buddhist monks for religious ceremonial purposes because of the high price of paper. Samurai warriors were also known to have exchanged gifts of a ceremonial origami fold called "noshi" to express good luck or good wishes.
Our origami snail sculpture's durable resin design mimics intricately folded paper to capture the traditional origami style. Featuring a green spiral shell and gray body, our snail garden accent is finished with a weather-resistant, cracked glaze to give him a worn, weathered look. This slow-moving snail décor will quickly gain popularity among guests and neighbors as he sits among your flowerbeds, on your porch, in an entryway or as a unique tabletop accent!
• Origami Snail Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture • Design imitates Japanese paper folding • Resin • Cracked glaze • Weather durable