Inspired by the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, our charming Origami Rabbit Sculpture is an adorable yet artistic accent for any home or garden décor.
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 rabbit statue's durable resin design mimics intricately folded paper to capture the traditional origami style. Featuring soft brown coloring, alert ears and small bunny tail, our rabbit garden accent is finished with a weather-resistant, cracked glaze for a worn, weathered look. Sitting happily indoors or out, among your flowers, near your patio, by an entryway or on a desktop, this endearing rabbit sculpture will hop into the hearts of anyone he meets.
• Origami Rabbit Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture • Design imitates Japanese paper folding • Resin • Cracked glaze • Weather durable
Size 7-3/4"L x 5-1/2"W x 10"H
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Comments about Product: My husband is crazy about this rabbit! It is life sized and softly colored just like a real rabbit. Best of all, we love watching the real wild rabbits come into our yard and sniff our Origami guy to see if he's real. A wonderful addition to our back yard!