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SILVER BRACELET (LUCKY CHARM) / SIX GOURDS
BISHO & KAORI KAZAWA
ITEM# KZW-01501

Hand-engraved sterling silver bracelet.
Six gourds (muttsu no hyotan) are called mubyo. Mubyo also means “no sickness”. So gourd is seen as a good luck charm for good health in Japan. The engraving 無病息災 (mubyo sokusai) on the silver means “Let sickness and trouble be absent, let happiness in!”.
 
For more information on this item, please see the story behind its creation.

DETAILS
  • Material: Silver
    Size: 20×3×0.1cm / 7.88×1.19×0.04″
    Weight: 17g / 0.6oz
QUANTITY LIMITED 20
Maximum quantity the artisan handmade the same product for overseas sales.
 
BISHO & KAORI KAZAWA
Ms. Kazawa and her father, Bisho, are both Shiroganeshi (who were originally blacksmiths who made swords and knives. Over time, their products have become more decorative and artistic), Their workshop produces ornaments and traditional calligraphy items for shrines, temples and historical buildings. They have now started to use their engraving skills and wealth of knowledge to create fashion accessories.
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