GRAPE in Hiragana pendant
 

Designed with beautiful curvy letters in Hiragana(Japanese letter)

ぶどう [boo-dough] means "grape" in Japanese.
Can you see it? It's hiding in its cluster.
They say grape is a symbol of fertility and wealth because it has many fruits.

 

Top: silver  Others: brass (both gold plated)
19.7 inch long
top approx. 1.14 x 0.67 inch (without bail) 

 

Handmade! Each one has its own singularities.

I cut each one of the shapes out of silver sheet and finish and shape each by hand. 

Delivered set with postcard, it'll be also a great gift for your precious one!

GRAPE in Hiragana pendant

$95.00Price
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