Earrings

Sterling Silver Earrings | Cracked Crystal

£99.99

These earrings are one of the most unique pieces on Atelier Japan and are made from luxury sterling silver, they are dressed with a cracked crystal in the centre to finish off this beautiful flower shape. This cracked crystal necklace has been carefully made at the heart of Japan in Kyoto by one of our expert makers that use skills passed down from their family, and skills that they will pass down to their children.

 

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Description

These earrings are one of the most unique pieces on Atelier Japan and are made from luxury sterling silver, they are dressed with a cracked crystal in the centre to finish off this beautiful flower shape. This cracked crystal necklace has been carefully made at the heart of Japan in Kyoto by one of our expert makers that use skills passed down from their family, and skills that they will pass down to their children.

Since the 1790s, and over seven generations, Kazariya-Ryo has worked as craftsmen of metallic ornaments in Kyoto. Within their metalcraft workshop, Kazariya-Ryo currently produce a range of items, such as tea sets and incense tools, using various metals of gold, silver, and copper. In 1900, the precise technology of 4th generation Takezuro became well-renowned both in Japan and overseas which led them to be given the name of “Chikuei-Do Eisin” by the Prince of Arisugawa-no-Miya, a member of the Imperial Family of Japan. Since then, the name Chikuei-Do Eisin has lasted throughout the generations of Kazariya-Ryo through to the current seventh generation, Chikuei-Do Kaei.

Brand Detail

Brand

Since the 1790s, and over seven generations, Kazariya-Ryo have worked as craftsmen of metallic ornaments in Kyoto. Within their metalcraft workshop, Kazariya-Ryo currently produce a range of items, such as tea sets and incense tools, using various metals of gold, silver, and copper. In 1900, the precise technology of 4th generation Takezuro became well-renowned both in Japan and overseas which led them to be given the name of “Chikuei-Do Eisin” by the Prince of Arisugawa-no-miya, a member of the Imperial Family of Japan. Since then, the name Chikuei-Do Eisin has lasted throughout the generations of Kazariya-Ryo through to the current seventh generation, Chikuei-Do Kaei.

Maintenance

It’s a state of the natural translation to “IBUSHI-GIN”(oxidized silver) and is normally considered to be a favorable change peculiar to silver.

The darkening adds nuances to silver products and each item offers a unique experience.

How to look after our crafts

To keep silver products in a good condition:
・Prepare dissolved granular sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and a piece of cotton or soft cloth wetted with warm water.
・Wipe silver products with it. Wash with water and dry with a towel.
Note: Don’t polish coloured parts and other ornaments.
We hope you enjoy our products for many years to come.

Additional information

Dimensions 1.5 cm