Meaning "love moving towards us," our new Ayumi bracelet embraces all our favorite things about Nozomi Project! Our gold or silver-filled framed pendants are the star of these classy bracelets, with the softest of leather straps to make your arm feel beautiful. Our D-ring slotted clasp sets make putting on and removal easy to do yourself. Sizes are S (6 inches), M (7 inches), L (8 inches). (To measure, use a flexible measuring tape and measure just above the wrist bone). We recommend that you choose a snugger fit as the supple leather may stretch.
This delicate sterling silver or gold-filled link chain holds a shaped pottery pendant. We now have some wonderful different size options, including some very petite pendants that have been handmade with much care. Spring ring clasp. 18”L.
Rumi is named after the sister-in-law of one of our staff, Tomoko. Rumi is one of the unsung heroines of the 2011 tsunami. After the earthquake, she wanted to get home quickly from her part-time job to be with her three year old son and husband. But she offered to take her coworker home first to her co-workers family. She almost made it home -- within two blocks -- when the tsunami took her life. Her son is now being raised by his father and grandmother, Reiko.
A semi-precious pebble multi-strand necklace with a double-strand leather extender cord. This fabulous piece can be worn as a necklace or separated to be a fun hand-knotted beaded bracelet. Our matching shard is simply elegant and sure to be a conversation starter, whether around your neck or on your wrist. Brown or black leather extender cord. Silver lobster claw clasps. 16”-18”L.
Moeka is named for a beautiful young teenager who has gone through great loss in recent years but has exhibited courage, maturity, and grace through every step.
Beautiful - fun - whimsical. Earring sets carefully shaped and hung on silver-filled or gold-filled ear wires.
※You don't need pierced ears to have beautiful earring! We can change them into clip-on earrings. Please write on a meno when you shop.
These earrings are named after the eight-year old daughter of one of our staff. Sara's family was one of the first that our team met after the 2011 disaster. She and her brother were bright spots in the middle of chaos; they were featured in a video made by Healing Hands that helped many from around the world understand the tragedy as it unfolded.