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SEAHORSE in Hiragana necklace


Discover the unique beauty of this seahorse pendant, designed with elegant curvy letters in Japanese "Hiragana". The word used to shape its form is "たつ" (ta-tzu), which means "dragon" in Japanese. This style of design is called "word picture", and it can be a great conversation starter or a special gift for someone who appreciates originality.


In Japan, we call たつのおとしご, use this word because seahorse looks like baby dragon, 
In English, however, they are often referred to as "horses in the sea". The seahorse is known for its unique lifestyle, where the male hatches the eggs. Due to this fact, it is also considered a symbol of an easy delivery, and a facing pair is said to resemble a heart shape, symbolizing love.


In China, seahorses have been used in traditional medicine for centuries, believed to have healing properties. This seahorse pendant captures the beauty and symbolism of this fascinating creature, making it a meaningful addition to any jewelry collection.


Matching earring is here



Top: silver  Others: brass (both rhodium plated)
19.7 inch long
Top approx. 1.14 x 0.43 inch 


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!


This item will be sent out within 3-5 days.

SEAHORSE in Hiragana necklace

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