RABBIT in Japanese letter Hiragana pendant
This rabbit pendant is designed with beautiful curvy letters in Japanese "Hiragana."
The pendant is shaped with うさぎ ([uh-sa-ghi], meaning rabbit).
Can you see the letters in this adorable creature?
This unique design style is called "word picture," where I use a word to create the shape of the pendant.
In Japanese culture, the rabbit is regarded as a symbol of sociability due to its big ears.
This charming necklace is a great conversation starter and a perfect gift for someone who is outgoing and friendly.
Additionally, the rabbit's hopping motion is symbolic of rapid progress, making this necklace an ideal accessory for someone who is on the move and always looking to grow.
2023 is the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese zodiac, so this necklace makes a great zodiac item or a special gift for someone born in 2011, 1999, 1987, 1975, 1963, 1951, or any other Year of the Rabbit.
When we count rabbits, we use "wa", like 1wa, 2wa, 3wa.
But usually "wa" is used for birds. Are rabbits birds?
Surprisingly enough, they were sold as "poultry" during the period when people were prohibited from eating 4-leg animals. Actually, rabbit does taste like chicken. (There are a few other theories as to why 'wa' is used for counting rabbits.)
Arabic version is here
Top: silver (K18 gold plated) Others: brass (gold color plated)
*Silver color: Top without rhodium, chain with silver color plating.
15.7 inch long
top approx. 0.90 x 0.47 inch
*If you want different chain length, please note in remarks. No additional cost.
Handmade! each one has its own singularities.
I cut each one of the shapes out of silver and finish and shape each by hand.
Delivered set with postcard, it'll be also a great gift for your precious one.
Made to order, it takes 4-6 weeks to complete your order.
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RABBIT in Hiragana pendant
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All of my jewelry is created by hand, placed in a plastic resealable bag, as item is wrapped in cotton pad and then shipped in a bubble wrapped envelope for protection with regular USPS mail.
Satokomatsu doesn't accept returns. If there is damage to the piece upon arrival, please contact us right away and we will coordinate shipping a new ppiece out and return of the damaged item.