Skip to content

GINSEN Bracelet

Original price $390.00 - Original price $416.00
Original price
$390.00 - $416.00
Current price $390.00
in stock, ready to be shipped
in stock, ready to be shipped
in stock, ready to be shipped
  • Description
  • Products Info
  • Shipping & Return
  • This bracelet shines with a checkered pattern that is hammered one by one. The traditional checkered pattern is expressed by the contrast of the silver shine, making it extremely beautiful and stylish. The simple and delicate pattern will never get old, making it a prized item that will be worn for a long time.

  • 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】

Beautiful checkerboard pattern

The hand-hammered checkered pattern on Izumiken products is carefully handled one by one by craftsmen using a hammer. The checkered pattern is said to have originated from the kimono worn by Sanogawa Ichimatsu, a kabuki actor of the Edo period. It is one of the world's most popular checkered patterns, and it is a profoundly elegant pattern that evokes a somewhat modern Japanese atmosphere.

Handling high purity silver

Izumiken handles silver 999 (pure silver), which gives off a beautiful shine. Combined with the Japanese modern checkered pattern, it creates a simple but never boring item that can be used for a long time.

Hand-hammered checkered pattern technique

Creating the seemingly simple checkered pattern requires a great deal of concentration, using two hammers, each of which makes a round mark, and hammering repeatedly. First, the smooth hammer is struck repeatedly until large circles are formed one after the other. If you continue to strike between the circles with a rough hammer, the circles will collide with each other and the contact point will become a flat surface. In this way, a checkerboard pattern is created by the contrast between the shiny surface and the rough surface every other round.