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Crane Statues, Sculptures and Figurines

Our crane statues and garden crane sculptures celebrate the beauty of the cranes. Whether you are seeking large crane statues, small crane figurines or crane decor for the home, our choices in crane gifts and statuary include an impressive selection of brass cranes statues, bronze crane statues and other metal crane sculptures. Our crane statues have been used as anniversary gifts by many of our online purchasers.

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Bronze Garden Cranes Sculpture with Cattails
Bronze Garden Cranes Sculpture with Cattails
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Bronze Garden Cranes Sculpture with Cattails
A wonderful addition for the new couple, crane sculptures are usually given as gifts to show enduring love. Bronze sculpture.
Crane Bookends
Preening Crane Bookends
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Preening Crane Bookends
One of the symbols of love, cranes form part of the look for this set of bookends for the shelf. Aluminum.
Crane Lovers in Cast Stone
Crane Lovers in Cast Stone
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Crane Lovers in Cast Stone
A sweet anniversary gift that highlights the inseparable love of the romantic crane. Cast stone and concrete aggregates.
Crane Wall Plaque with Cattails
Crane Wall Plaque with Cattails
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Crane Wall Plaque with Cattails
Adorn the home with our crane wall plaque showing a crane standing amidst the reeds. Brass.
Crane Couple Sculpture on Base
Crane Couple Sculpture on Base
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Crane Couple Sculpture on Base
Two cranes entwine in love in this sculpture suitable for an anniversary or wedding. Brass and marble.
Resting Crane Sculpture
Resting Crane Sculpture
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Resting Crane Sculpture
Our crane sculpture adds a unique perspective for those looking at single crane sculptures for the garden. Aluminum.
Cranes in Chorus Plaques Set of 2
Cranes in Chorus Plaques Set of 2
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Cranes in Chorus Plaques Set of 2
Our crane wall plaque adds a lovely statement for the home. Aluminum. Comes as a pair.
Looking Upward Crane Sculptures - Set
Looking Upward Crane Sculptures - Set
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Looking Upward Crane Sculptures - Set
Created for the garden, our set of crane sculptures add a loving gift idea for an anniversary or wedding. Aluminum.
Crane Bird Bath
Crane Bird Bath
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Crane Bird Bath
This crane sculpture features a wading crane holds out a lotus for holding your bird seeds to welcome your feathered friends.
Garden Crane with Fish Statue
Garden Crane with Fish Statue
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Garden Crane with Fish Statue
One of our beautiful crane sculptures, this cast iron crane comes holding a fish as shown.
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Crane statues are wonderful gift ideas for the married couple or as gifts for a wedding. These beautiful birds are oftentimes sold in pairs to reflect the love of the partners to the other. Our range of bronze crane sculptures also come a handy pair for the newly weds and those who love to add them as a water feature, we have a number of crane fountain statues to consider for a garden pond or even a swimming pool. Crane sculptures add not only color to the garden space but they add character and when presented as a gift to a special couple, adds to a special thought and hope of a love long born for the other. Here's an article about cranes:

Some Crane Facts: And Why Crane Gift Ideas Might Do Well

Have you ever wondered why cranes are oftentimes sold in pairs? When you visit a shopping site, you might see crane sculptures sold in sets of twos and you wonder why they are suggested as wedding or anniversary gifts? Well, there’s a reason. One of the best wedding and anniversary gifts you could send is a set of crane statues or sculptures because when you send such a gift, you are really in turn blessing the couple to be happy for life. It is a belief that cranes mate for life and do not change their mates. Hence, when you send a gift of the cranes, you are really honoring the couple to be together all their lives. It makes the couple happy to receive such a gift too!

So, what’s all the fascination with the cranes? What sort of birds are they? Cranes form part of the Gruidae family of birds and are one of the oldest migratory and social birds known in the world traveling some 200-300 miles in a day. They include some 15 species like the Sandhill Crane and the Crowned Crane which have lived since ancient times. Some people may mistake cranes for herons but cranes are generally tall and graceful birds characterized by their long, slim necks and legs. They walk gracefully with a certain stature and have mainly grey or white plumage sometimes with some chestnut colors. The Sandhill crane for instance is very tall standing at about 3-4 feet with a wingspan of about 7 feet. The more widely distributed of the cranes is the common crane which can be found all over from Western Europe to Alaska and Eastern Siberia.

Here are some facts about cranes you might be curious about:

Crane Habitat

Cranes can be found all over the world except in the Antarctica and South America with most of the crane species being found in Asia. But off late, the population of cranes has been dwindling due to habitat loss. These are birds which prefer wide open areas and grassy wetlands, populating shallow lakes and marshes. Looking at them is a wonderful experience because they walk so gracefully and seem collected as they gather seeds and insects with their long beaks. They also communicate with their fellow cranes through very strong vocalizations and are social birds which prefer community living.

Crane Diet

Cranes also adapt according to the seasons and will change their diet accordingly. During late summer and fall, they will eat seeds and berries as well as grains. In winter, they might eat fish, small amphibians and rodents. They are omnivorous and will subsist on anything that works for them.

Cranes Mate for Life

During the mating season, the cranes will engage in a loud courtship display and will emit a number of vocalizations intended to attract their mates. The sounds of their courtship calls are very loud like trumpets being sounded almost miles away. Both male and female cranes will stretch their necks and open their wings bobbing up and down as they call each other. These birds are known to mate for life and will construct their nests made of mud and vegetation in the marshy regions where they inhabit. They will lay two eggs which will go through an incubation period of some 30 days. Both cranes will dote on their baby chicks until they grow.

Did you know Sandhill cranes are known to consider the Platte River Valley as one of their most important stopovers in their migration path? The river is known to be a perfect resting spot for the cranes because of the abundance of food provided by the surrounding farmlands and the wet meadows. Stopping by the valley helps the cranes recoup their lost energy so that they do not arrive at their destination weak and tired. Also, there is a chance that their destination may not provide the rich source of food they need.

Cranes travel very far and high, so high that they have also been seen flying over Mount Everest! They also depend on thermals and tail winds to take them through their journey. These birds fly very gracefully propelling themselves into the air as they spread their very large wings apart.

Cranes are celebrated all over the world. In Colorado, there is a festival called the Monte Vista Crane Festival which invites people to watch thousands of cranes and other migratory birds like the ducks and geese flying against a backdrop of a mountain landscape. In many cultures, cranes are celebrated all across the world and carry symbolic meanings. Native American cultures for instance carry the cranes as a totem and associate them with good luck. Native American fishermen would consider it a good luck if they saw a crane while fishing. In Japan, the crane is often featured because it symbolizes loyalty and honor.

It is a wonderful idea to sometimes present a crane as a way of extending goodwill to your recipient. There are so many good meanings attached to having a crane as part of your indoor and outdoor décor. So, why not invest in one today? You can contact us for more information on our crane sculptures and statues.

C. Keller

8 January 2017

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