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Jewelry

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  • NOUSAKU Asian Style Hair Brooch "YUI" made of Tin

    Regular Price:

    $77.49
    This modern style hair brooch with a Japanese style hairstick is a beautiful hair accessory. Its closed shape of ribbons also symbolizes eternity and it therefore is a nice anniversary gift. The brooch is delivered in a beautiful wooden box. As the hair brooch is made of tin it is flexible and its shape can be bent to fit the hairstyle.
  • Necklace Made of Tsumugi Kimono Silk

    Starting at: $221.77

    “itu” is a necklace made of Amami Pongee, a traditional silk kimono textile originated on the island of Amami-Oshima near Kagoshima. The rich black color is made by Japanese mud dyeing technique which uses the natural sources found on the island such as plants and mud. Please note that each piece looks a little bit different depending on which part of the kimono fabric is used. This makes this necklace a valuable original piece of art. Amami Pongee has a history of over 1300 years. For a very long time, it was produced as offerings to royals. The intricate kasuri(resisted yarn dyeing) patterns on both warp and weft are carefully woven together. The whole process could take from a half year to a year to weave enough length for one kimono. “itu” means “yarn” in the local vernacular. Awarded the prefectural governor's award in the competition for new products from Kagoshima Prefecture.
  • Silver & Brass Ear Pierce Symbolizing Love Letters by Kanzashi Artist Takashi Miura

    Regular Price:

    $90.57
    Koibumi (恋文) means "love letter" in Japanese. This ear pierce design refers to the shape of love letters during Edo period. The love letters where folded into a triangular knot, that also is used when fixing omikuji fortune slips to tree branches at Japanese temples. The koibumi is a classic symbol used for kanzashi hair decoration of Kabuki players and Geishas.
  • Origami Paper Cranes Ear Clip

    Regular Price:

    $25.16
    These earrings are produced by Yamaguchi Atsuo, an artisan specialized in Japanese lacquer. He started creating Japanese Lacquer when he was 16 under his father guidance. He is now devoted to creating new lacquer products that can fit in our modern lifestyle. In order to create these earrings, Mr Yamaguchi collaborated with a student of Tokyo's Women Art University: Oono Nanae. Made of paper covered with Lacquer, they are extremely light while being solid. Very elegant, they perfectly represent Japan thanks to the Crane Origami very often seen in the country. The great advantage of these earrings is that you don't need pierced ears to wear them and as many women cannot war ear pierce for different reasons, these can let you be fashionable without problems.
  • Origami Paper Cranes Ear Pierce

    Regular Price:

    $25.16

    These earrings are produced by Yamaguchi Atsuo, an artisan specialized in Japanese lacquer. He started creating Japanese Lacquer when he was 16 under his father guidance. He is now devoted to creating new lacquer products that can fit in our modern lifestyle. In order to create these earrings, Mr Yamaguchi collaborated with a student of Tokyo's Women Art University: Oono Nanae.

  • Ando Cloisonne Cufflinks

    Starting at: $100.64

    These cufflinks combine modern design with traditional Japanese craft techniques. The glass gaze on the surface of the cufflinks give the bamboo, ume flower, chrysanthemum and hand fan a bright and shiny appearance. These beautiful motifs are truly Japanese and look great on western shirts.

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