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Kikko hanabishi ring
  • Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver
  • Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver
  • Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver
  • Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver
  • Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver
  • Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver
  • Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver
  • thickness of our sterling silver engraved ring thickness of our sterling silver engraved ring

Kikko hanabishi, Japanese tortoise shell ring in sterling silver

Kikko hanabishi is a larger version of our Kikko ring, showing one lines of honeycomb instead of two.

kikko hanabishi is a Japanese textile pattern dating back to the Middle ages. It may make you think of a hive with the honeycomb hexagonal shape with a flower in the center but that is not the case.

It is actually inspired by the hexagonal shape of tortoise shells symbolizing longevity and good fortune in Japan. The turtle is an auspicious animal in the Japanese culture. This pattern is often used in wedding ceremonies.

The flower in the center is a water chestnuts flower you can find in ponds and swamps in Japan. This pattern could also be found on Samurai’s costumes.

This ring will be the ideal band to symbolize your love for japan or to declare your love to someone.

Metal: sterling silver

Width of the band: 6mm

I will need 5 working days to make this 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 1.3mm.

Important: depending on your finger size, the solder at the back of your ring will show an interruption in the pattern with a plain vertical and in order to keep an overall harmony. Each rind is custom made and each finish will also be custom made (please refer to the example picture at the end of the photo series).

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.

Tag: ring, japan, Japanese, flower, Japanese wedding, honeycomb, beehive, leaf, botanical, frieze, scales, turtle, samurai, wedding ring, hexagonal, hexagon, longevity, luck, lucky charm, animal, Nippon, chestnut, symbol, love.