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  • Sue Takamoto
  • beauty from brokennessbroken pottery jewelryIshinomakiNozomi Projectnozomi project; shards; grindingvisitors to Tohoku

First steps....

One of the challenges of making jewelry out of "journeyed" broken pottery is just the process of getting it ready to be cut.  Thankfully, we have a shed and part of a tent full of pottery that volunteers have collected since the tsunami.  But it is all dirty and unsorted.  
We have a staff member who works hard -- outside most of the time -- in getting the shards and pottery ready to be made into jewelry.  She washes it, sorts it, and cuts it into suitable-sized pieces to be ready for the grinding room.
Take a look at the beautiful shards on our Rumi sterling silver chain. We are sure you will love the delicate pieces that have been specially washed, sorted, cut, and ground in preparation for being worn by someone like you!
  • Sue Takamoto
  • beauty from brokennessbroken pottery jewelryIshinomakiNozomi Projectnozomi project; shards; grindingvisitors to Tohoku

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