Indian jewelry is comfortable to wear and to feel the happiness of wearing yourself properly, and to tighten the coordination. In addition, I think that it is a very versatile item that can be used as a tool to inspire yourself by wearing it here and there.
I met Indian jewelry when I was in my twenties.
Not only the design, but also the historical background, unique view of the world and thought were known, and I was fascinated by it. Since then, I buy and collect them one by one on my birthday every year.
Also, everything in the collection is vintage. I am attracted to the body that has changed over time, and I choose it because I can feel the joy of being able to enter the cycle by handing over what someone has been wearing with care and living.
Last year, I went on a world trip, which has been my dream for many years. I want to touch the real Indian jewelry and its history for a long time! Because I thought, I would stop by the southwestern part of the United States. I came across some wonderful Indian jewelry and brought it back to Japan with great care.
This time, I would like to talk about the symbol engraved on the vintage Indian jewelry I bought.