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SHRIMP in Japanese pendant


Designed with beautiful curvy letters in Japanese.

This is shaped with "えび" ([eh-bi] means shrimp)

Can you see the letters in this ocean creature?

From its top to part of body is え, the rest of half body and tail is び.

With a word I design a shape so I call this "word picture". It's good to learn some Japanese word!


In Japan, shrimp is a symbol of long life, so this elegant pendant makes a meaningful gift for a grandmother or anyone you wish a long and prosperous life.


Unique concept and design.

This shiny and elegant shape match with even dress. (maybe you have shrimp cocktail?) You can start a conversation using this necklace, telling them a design secret.


Arabic version is here.

English version is here,



Top: silver  others: brass (both gold plated)
15.7 inch long
Top approx. 0.6 x 0.82 inch


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 handwriting card, it'll be also a great gift for your precious one!


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SHRIMP in Hiragana pendant

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