Kuubokumon New Item – Handcraft Kanji Pendant Neckless “Ten” (Sky)

kuubokumon02.jpgKuubokumon is an original accessory line from Kyoto, Japan with Kanji design elements utilizing Bonji as motif. This is a one-of-a-kind Japanese accessory with handcrafted carved sumi word on ceramic. Kuubokumon artist, MUGEN custom creates each piece by hand and care. We are proud to bring this original artisan jewelry made from a true heartfelt artist.

Handcraft Kanji Pendant Neckless “Ten” (Sky)
Exclusive item from Japanese accessory brand “Kuubokumon”.

Carved “Ten” word in Kanji (Chinese Character) on ceramic. “Ten” stands for sky or Heaven. Small sized pendant make it easy to coordinate with your outfits.

Accessory style : Ball (small)
Word (Sumi) Color : White (Japanese Gansai Watercolor … Made from natural pigments by a drying process, not man made pigments or dyes. )
Clay Color: Black and White

[Pendant Size]
Diameter 1 in (2.5 cm)

[Weight]
about 0.18 oz (5 g)

[Length of string]
11.8 in (30 cm) ~ 23.6 in (60 cm) (Dark brown Kyogumi string)
You can adjust the length by sliding the joint on the both sides of the string.
*For string used tough kyogumi string which was used for decoration string for samurai weapon from old times in Japan.

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