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Hanabi ring
  • Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver
  • Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver
  • Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver
  • Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver
  • Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver
  • Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver
  • Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver
  • Thickness of our engraved sterling silver rings Thickness of our engraved sterling silver rings

Hanabi, Japanese stylized flower ring in sterling silver

The "Hanabi" ring embodies the masterful fusion of two profound meanings of the Japanese word "Hanabi," which evokes both the fleeting splendor of fireworks displays and the delicacy of a flower in full bloom.

At the heart of Japanese culture, fireworks play a prominent role, especially during the summer season, when a plethora of festivals is dedicated to them. Although the origin of fireworks can be traced back to the Chinese in the 8th or 9th centuries, it was in Japan, as early as the 16th century, that it was elevated to an art form. The first Hanabi festival is said to have been orchestrated by the shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune in 1733, symbolizing not only celebration but also the fight against dark forces, pushing back demons and warding off evil spirits.

Hanabi also evokes the striking beauty of a climbing rose bearing the same name, whose white petals seem to be splattered with bright red or fuchsia pink spots, wonderfully capturing the brilliance of a fireworks display in full bloom.

The meticulous engraving adorning this ring thus immortalizes the fleeting moment of the flower petals’ blooming and the captivating magnificence of a fireworks explosion, illuminating the night sky with ephemeral and enchanting splendor.

May the features of this ring inspire you to smile with every glance upon it, reminding you that you too are a unique flower in your garden of life, and that each day deserves to be lived with the brilliance and joy of a fireworks display, eliciting smiles on the faces that cross your path.

Metal: sterling silver.

Width: 6mm.

Finish: shiny and oxidized.

I will need 5 working days to make your ring before shipping.

Thickness of the ring: this model can be made with thicknesses of 1 mm, 1.3 mm or 1.6 mm. For reference, go to the last photo of the slideshow.

The ring thickness on the model is 1mm.

Important: depending on your finger size, the solder at the back of your ring will show an interruption in the pattern in order to keep an overall harmony of the design. Each ring is custom made and the finish will also be custom made.

As we currently dwell in Mexico, provide a period of 3 to 6 weeks to receive your order for free with normal post service. Thank you for taking this information into account before ordering in our shop. At checkout, you will also have the option of choosing an express shipping. (please, read the complete conditions of shipping here).

You have a question? Contact us.

I hope you will love this jewel as much as I enjoyed creating it.

By Emmanuelle Guyon.

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