Earrings made of tiny round shape glasses woven by transparent thread to create a simple and neutral shape. A perfect item for everyday wear. Can be worn alone or layered with other organ series items.
＊Sold as a pair.
The organ series of jewelry is made by weaving together a few to dozens of small glass beads, sometimes close to a hundred.
Each glass grain is carved from a glass rod, and grooves for threading are processed around it.
The earring post is not fixed in one place, so it can be attached anywhere between the glass pieces.
The glass itself is usually considered a fragile material, but the weaving makes it stronger and suitable for everyday wear.
In Bubun’s ANOMALIES line, the designers explored the new possibilities by combining ultra-small and large grains that are not normally used in the organ series.
– Size | Glasses : 12×18×4mm；Post: Approximately 16mm in total length, 10mm in length protruding from the glass.
Organ Series |
Tiny circular pieces of glass knitted flat like a membrane to create a jewellery that resemble a piece of transparently purified body tissue.
– Material | Glass, Thread,18K Yellow Gold, The post comes with K18 silicon catch.
– Made in Japan –
A jewellery making duo of Megumi Jin and Nobuyuki Jin, based in Japan. Fascinated by glass as a student, Megumi studied glass coldwork and kilnwork at Tama Art University, where she created objects and jewellery. While continuing to make jewellery privately after graduation, she met Nobuyuki, who has a background in design, and the two began working together, sharing a mutual sense of beauty.
The two started exhibiting their work under the name Bubun in 2016. Bubun means “part” in Japanese. They believe jewellery becomes part of a person, both in the physical sense and in the spiritual sense. In 2019, they moved from Kanagawa to Kofu, the center of the jewelry industry in Japan, where they continues to work today.