Find Your Nozomi
One of the things we love about Nozomi is that each piece is one-of-a-kind; some of our earring sets even have slight variations between the right and left piece. This means there really are no two pieces alike! The possibilities are endless for you to find your piece - the one that calls out to you as a reminder to find beauty in brokenness.
So where do you start? This post lists a few hints to help you find your Nozomi without having to look at every single Nozomi piece:
1. Tags: Using the search box in the top right corner of the homepage, you can type in tags that will bring up all products associated with that particular word. Try doing a search with tags specified by line name (Natsuko, Juli, Mei, Kumiko, etc.); by colors (one color or use the term "multicolor" for pieces with splashes of lots of color); by material (goldchain, silverchain. Note: when using two words, make sure to put them together with no space).
2. Each Nozomi piece tells a story. Some people want the pottery to be the star as a stand-alone pendant. Others like the subtlety of completely remaking it into something chic and dainty. And some prefer beads and gemstones. We have them all, and if you know which style you're looking for, you can save time by looking through the lines that fit your style.
Lines featuring large, stand-alone pendants include: Aki, Natsuko, Kumiko, Juli, Ayaka, and Saya.
Lines featuring small, dainty pieces include: Mei Bar, Mei Lariat, Mako Choker, Rumi, and Haruna.
Lines featuring beads and gemstones include: Kikuko and Ai.
3. Use our navigation bar at the top of the page to find earrings, bracelets, rings, and cufflinks.
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