To know “myself” by feeling “different”
Collaborative earrings with Kasuko Nishibayashi, a contemporary jewelry artist active in Germany.
It may be a hassle, but let's get involved with people a little more.
The semi baroque blue-gray pearls from Uwajima are all different and unique.
Because the world is full of colorful people,
by crossing, we can feel to know “myself” by feeling “different”
This collection was created by providing pearls from Doi Pearl Farm in Uwajima, Ehime prefecture in Japan.
Very simple lines, a fun shape that highlights the beauty of pearls.
Enjoy the texture of metal
The faint matting on the surface intersects slightly.
It is the handiwork of the artisan.
Using CNC computer cutting technology, it is made from a silver plate and is beautifully finished without distortion.
The sides are thick and the back is shiny and polished.
When the pearl comes above the ear, the slight height of the pearl lifts the earring, giving the entire earring a three-dimensional appearance.
It looks different when the pearls are placed below the earlobes.
Semi Baroque, blue-gray pearls from Uwajima
Akoya pearls cultivated in the sea of Uwajima, Doi Pearl's farm.
All of those pearls may not be perfect spheres.
However, the blue-gray color and shine are really beautiful.
For mass production, pearls that are not in circulation because they are not perfect spheres.
To be completed the ring, it is necessary to adjust the ring according to the different shape of each pearl.
Even a little deformation is shine enough.
Note that each pearl is slightly different in shape.
Natural color pearl
This blue-gray color is a natural color that is not dyed or toned, a pearl called "natural".
It is a pearl grown in Mr. Doi's pearl farm in Uwajima, Ehime prefecture in Japan.
* A process called color stop is applied to prevent fading.
Living everyday in a simple and beautiful shape
Kosa [Kosa] two shapes
"Kakko" and "Pakku"
Kind of metal
To prevent oxidation, they are coated with a platinum-based metal rhodium.
Graduated from Joshibi University of Art and Design, Department of Life Design. Auditor in the Department of Jewelery, Pforzheim College, Germany. Established an atelier in Dusseldorf, Germany in 1993, and exhibited in various parts of Europe based in Germany.Currently living in Dusseldorf. He is active as a contemporary jewelery artist in Germany.
Works by Kasuko Nishibayashi
Creativity, absolute beauty and accurate work.The result is a long-lasting design.
|material||Silver 925 (rhodium coated) Akoya pearls|
|size||Pakku: 12mm x 9mm Pearl appx. 5mm|