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Japanese woman at Asakusa necklace

Japanese woman at Asakusa necklace
Read about how the piece came to be at https://www.jewelsofsayuri.com/2019/12/japanese-woman-at-asakusa-necklace.html
Artisan components
Goddess component – Lesley Watt
Enamelled headpin – Artist unknown

  • Chickadees and Berries

    This necklace is a fairly literal interpretation of “Birds and Fruit in Snow”. Faux tin by Humblebeads features her own illustration of chickadees and berries. I paired it with warm tones…

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  • Night Snow earrings

    Organic Wasser glass shapes by Emily Cohen, Catfish Studio with Ceramic Spirit Hole discs by BHClaysmith…

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  • Frosty Snowflakes

    This piece is inspired by “Evening Snow at Asakusa”. The cool blue tones and obvious chill of the piece led me to fashion this frosty necklace. The star is the cane…

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  • Winter Bird and Pinecone

    I liked the colors in “Snow at Zojoji Temple” and wanted to create something similar – this bird totem from Humblebeads was just the ticket. I jazzed it up a bit…

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