the Fukinsei Necklace
the Fukinsei Necklace
Meet the Fukinsei Necklace, the counterpart to the Fukinsei cuff, and rings. This cuff is representative of the seven pillars of Japanese Zen aesthetics within wabi-sabi, but also focuses on one specifically… fukinsei, or the natural beauty and balance found in asymmetry.
There are seven hand stamped lines to represent these seven tenets of wabi-sabi:
Fukinsei || asymmetry
Kanso || simplicity
Shinzen || naturalness with purpose + intention
Seijaku || tranquility, energized calm + stillness
Shibui || understated beauty + elegant simplicity
Datsuzoku || transcending the conventional + outside the box
Yugen || an awareness of the universe that triggers an emotional response too deep + mysterious for words
In embodying wabi-sabi itself this piece is
imperfect, made by hand, and not meant to look like it was made by a machine. It is cut and shaped by hand, stamped by hand with a hammer and tool that were my grandfather’s.
The brass version is finished with a polished finish that will age and patina beautifully with time and wear. The reclaimed sterling silver option is finished with a polished finish and heavy oxidation that will age beautifully with time and wear.
Each one will be one of a kind because it’s made to order, by my hands. Expect your order to ship within 1-4 weeks of ordering.
+ Handmade pendant on an 18” long 2mm sterling silver ball chain
+ Pendant is 7/16” wide and 3/4” long
+ Longer chain available upon request (just email me)
+ Hand cut, shaped and stamped
+ Hand stamped makers mark on back of pendant
+ Brushed and heavy oxidized 16g sterling silver
+ Brushed and lightly oxidized 14g brass
+ Rustic and vintage style
+ Please measure and re-measure before ordering to insure that you have the correct size before ordering. If you have questions about fit or sizing please contact me first as I do not accept returns or cancellations.
+ All items are handmade, this means that they are not perfect and are not meant to be. Any slight irregularities are to be considered normal and a beautiful part of buying something made by hand not a machine and not a reason for dissatisfaction.