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Making of kintsugi rings

I'm excited to share a new design with you that is really driven by the meaning behind it.

The Kintsugi Ring

This piece is inspired by the Japanese technique of kintsugi where a broken piece (traditionally pottery) is repaired with gold to make it stronger, and to highlight the break as a new part of the whole. I've always been drawn to this process, but more so for the philosophy. We're all made up of broken pieces, healed by ourselves and others. May we carry those pieces of ourselves with pride and as reminders of how strong we are (and to show others how strong they can be). Each kintsugi ring is made to order by creating a silver ring, sawing it in half and soldering it back together using solid 14k yellow gold to make it stronger & to highlight the break as a new part of the whole.

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