These bracelets are inspired by Kintsugi: the ancient Japanese technique that enhances the cracks and fractures of ceramic objects by repairing them with gold.
On a symbolic level, Kintsugi is for me the ability of the human being to recompose his "fractures" in a creative and artistic way.
Each bracelet is unique and unrepeatable because the fracture occurs randomly and this is part of its beauty. The materials used are .925 silver and 18 kt gold wire.
The bracelet will be similar but never the same as the one in the photo, each bracelet is composed of a closed circumference that has two random breaks filled with gold.
The height of the bracelet is about 1.3 cm. From the curtain you can choose the size of the internal diameter to suit your hand.