Grey Diamond Kiyo Ring
The Kiyo speaks to the physical and symbolic meanings of Japanese torii gates, which represent a transition from the mundane from the sacred. A torii marks the entrance to a sacred space - in ring form, the gem it cradles. The top and bottom pillars are joined by two delicate pillars using an ancient technique of torch-beaded wire beaded to create a sense of ornament as well as gentle structure. Kiyo is a traditional Japanese name that can have several meanings, including sacred, rare, and hope.
◘ Two 1.5mm Salt & Pepper Grey Diamonds
◘ Diamonds are reclaimed and conflict-free
◘ Band is 1.8mm wide
◘ Central bar is 10mm long
◘ Cast from 100% recycled solid gold
◘ Please allow up to 2 weeks for production.
◘ Also available in 18k Gold and Platinum, upon request.
◘ This piece is final sale.
◘ All jewelry is designed and handmade between Northwest CT & NYC.