Kintsugi Gold Ring
“The wound is where the Light enters you,” Rumi said. Melie builds a bridge between Rumi’s quote and the 500-year-old Japanese art of Kintsugi in the Gold Dust & Light collection. Kintsugi is the art of reassembling and mending broken objects using gold dust; it adds a new story to the mended object while emphasizing the beauty of cracks and fissures otherwise seen as flaws. Based on the teaching of wabi-sabi which teaches us to take a different perspective at things that seem to be flaws, this art meets Rumi, who approached the wound in a similar way some 200 years prior, and encourages us to let the light in through our wounds.
Jewelry is one of the accessories with which we associate a deeper meaning. If you know how to take care of your most valuable heirlooms, you can preserve their beauty for a long time and carry their glow into future generations.
CLEANING AND STORAGE
In order to keep your jewelry clean and shiny, you should clean them with a lint-free soft cloth.
Exposure to chemicals can damage the texture or color of precious metals such as gold, silver, and platinum, and certain colorful gems. Try to keep your jewelry away from chemical products or swimming pools with chlorine.
Proper storage of the jewelry is mostly overlooked. When you’re not using them, try to keep them in their boxes or pouches to avoid damage and lines caused by other pieces and to prevent them from getting knotted if they are on a chain.
Made in: Turkey
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