Graziella Cei Hexagon Japanese Ceramic Earrings
Graziella Cei Hexagon Japanese ceramic earrings are poetic handmade earrings made of decorated hexagons. Embossed traditional Japanese wave decorations and kanji meaning the word 'luck'. Swarovski pearls (8mm) and glass drops. These jewels are also stylish lucky charms because the traditional Seigaiha decoration represents the calm sea waves, and these waves are considered a symbol for peace, and good luck. Made in Italy.
- Materials: Handmande and hand painted ceramic, Swarovski pearls (8mm) and glass drops;
- Size: 2,5 cm (each hexagon);
- Length: 8 cm;
- Kanji meaning: Luck;
- Colors: Black with traditional Japanese decoration;
- Multiple firing ceramics: 1° and 2° firing at 970° C.
About Graziella Cei:
The Italian designer Graziella Cei started studying ceramics with the ceramist Anna Bocci in the Ugo Paolelli laboratory. After having realized sculptures and interior design projects, she gradually become interested in jewelry, too. The final step was to mix together her ceramics skills and her passion for jewelry in order to create something special. Graziella Cei collections are practical and easy to wear, and their beauty is in the details and the craftsmanship behind every single piece. All the pieces are totally handmade and hand painted. Graziella Cei jewels are influenced by geometrical shapes and Japanese traditional ceramics.