A ring in the shape of YUKI FUJISAWA's treasured antique lace. The imperfect beauty of the handwork of lace that has been around for a long time is not the same. I made it with the feeling of handing over that fragility to future generations.
I'm imagining a scene that will quietly stand in a flea market somewhere in 100 years.
Inspired by the era, country of manufacture, and design of lace, the names of historical princesses were used as titles.
The crown-like ring bears the name of Stéphanie , a princess of Belgium, a country famous for lace. The delicate scalloped part called eyelash gracefully decorates the fingertips and gives an elegant impression.
The material is sterling silver that can be used for a long time while enjoying the aging by repeated care. The surface is processed to give it a white veil-like texture, and as it is rubbed in daily life, it reveals the unique look of silver.
The jewelry brand Fillyjonk, which has a reputation for high quality, is in charge of production supervision, faithfully reproducing the delicate lace look.
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Free ( about #9 - #11 )
When adjusting the size, gently bend it along your finger. If you put them together, you can use them in sizes #9 and below.
With Original Pouch, Made in Japan
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