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GINSEN Bungle

Precio original $1,040.00 - Precio original $1,040.00
Precio original
$1,040.00
$1,040.00 - $1,040.00
Precio actual $1,040.00
Disponibilidad:
en stock, listo para ser enviado
Disponibilidad:
en stock, listo para ser enviado
Disponibilidad:
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  • Description
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  • This bracelet combines the checkered pattern with the Heart Sutra. The bracelet can be easily put on by placing the opening of the bracelet halfway around the wrist on the little finger side, and rotating the bracelet around. The simple design allows both men and women to wear the bracelet and enjoy the unique sense of security it creates.

  • Wrist Size

           S: 12-14cm

           M: 15-17cm

           L: 18-20cm

           Material: silver 970

 

  • Please note all orders and sale items are final sale, and cannot be returned or exchanged.  We are bettering the fulfillment flow right now. Apologies for the inconvenience.

 

【Craftsmanship and Attention to Detail】


 

Outrageous craftsmanship

This bracelet is made of silver with the Heart Sutra of 266 characters engraved on the inside and a checkerboard pattern created on the outside.

The inside of the bracelet features the Heart Sutra, while the outside has a simple design, creating a unique sense of security that can be worn by both men and women alike.

It is a product that is filled with the creator's thoughts and feelings.

It is almost impossible to create a pattern on the outside while leaving the Heart Sutra inside.

This is because the inside is hit with a hammer while the outside is hit with a hammer, which causes the characters to fade or disappear.

However, Izumi hand-engraves a single character three times in a 2 mm square area when making a steel mold for stamping.

This process, which requires great concentration, time, and a high level of technical skill, has turned the impossible into possible.



Checkered pattern conveys simple goodness

The simple yet delicate checkered pattern of this silver accessory is eye-catching.

The hand-hammered checkered pattern on Izumiken's products is carefully handled one by one by craftsmen using a hammer.



The checkered pattern

This pattern is said to have originated from the kimono worn by SANOKAWA Ichimatsu, a kabuki actor of the Edo period.

It is one of the world's most popular checkered patterns, and has a modern Japanese feel to it.

This simple pattern gives a sense of depth to the item, making it an item that you will never get tired of and that you will cherish for a long time to come.