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Sadako Sasaki Origami Crane Pendant Necklace, Sterling Silver 10 mm

Sadako Sasaki origami crane pendant necklace with chain in sterling silver.

  • Chain length: 18" in
  • Material: Sterling Silver
  • comes with Certificate of Authenticity
  • Made and designed in Hawaii

 

About Sadako Sasaki

Diagnosed with leukemia due to radiation exposure from the atomic bomb, Sadako Sasaki began folding paper cranes in her hospital bed. According to Japanese legend, a person who folds 1,000 paper cranes will be granted one wish. Sadako, after folding more than 1,000 cranes, wished for world peace and reconciliation. The Sadako Legacy Foundation of Japan donated one of Sadako's cranes to Pearl Harbor National Memorial; the crane is now part of a new exhibit at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center.

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4x6 flag flown of 7/4/2021

Friend it was presented to loves it.

Great shirt

I bought this for a friend who is a veteran. He loves the shirt and wears it all the time.

Outstanding

Perfect just as advertised

Purchased a December 7th flag

Purchased 3 December 7th flags while on base, needed one more when I returned to Florida. I placed an order online, and when it arrived (very quickly) it was exactly what I wanted down to the name on the letter.
Thank you everyone

Flag

Did not know that the flags were available. Wonderful way to remember the sacrifice made. More people should know about this.