A silver bracelet featuring a lustrous Peacock Pearl. It is artfully handcrafted using Mizuhiki, a traditional Japanese paper cord, lending it a unique charm.
＊Mizuhiki： A Japanese art form that involves crafting intricate designs using colourful paper cords. Traditionally, it symbolizes well-wishing, prosperity, and strength, making it a popular choice for gift wrapping and decorative elements in various ceremonies and celebrations.
Adjustable size | Width 5.5cm
Material | Silver sterling, Freshwater peacock pearl
ー Handcrafted in Japan ー
Founded in 2011 in Tel Aviv, Israeli artist and designer Mirit Weinstock finds her inspiration in uncommon materials, trinkets and souvenirs. Weinstock offers ultra-feminine original pieces with a dreamy, poetic quality and a classic touch.
Weinstock is a graduate of the Fashion Department at the acclaimed Shenkar College in Israel, and after completing her studies she interned at Alexander McQueen in London and Maison Lanvin in Paris, working closely with Alber Elbaz and specializing in couture and its relation to craft.
In recent years, Weinstock has developed a keen interest in Japanese culture and traditional crafts, leading her to relocate to Tokyo in 2019, where she is currently enrolled in specialized workshops in Japanese crafts.