Hana-no-ami Sakura Earrings


Collection: SAKURA

2 in stock (can be backordered)



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This delicate earrings inspired by the beautiful floral spectacle of Japanese landscapes in spring, contain within it the delicate and ephemeral “Sakura” cherry blossom preserved forever in crystal eco-resin (texture and hardness very similar to amber). A piece of jewelery carefully sanded and polished by hand to achieve a perfect and shiny finish.

These gorgeous stud earrings stand out for their delicacy,  elegance and vibrant pink tones. Their elegant design is cheerful, subtle, feminine and perfect to match any style and color.

This also makes a great gift for lovers of flowers, spring and Japanese culture.

*Small imperfections or microbubbles are part of the artisan character of the piece.

*This is a limited edition piece. Please note that the cherry trees only bloom for 2 weeks in spring, when the flowers that we have collected are over we will not be able to make this piece again until the following season.

  • Earrings

    Faceted, 24x13mm

  • Material

    Sterling Silver 925

  • Color


  • You will receive all our designs presented in a special gift box + postcard with the meaning + signature and dedication of the designers.
  • The piece you will receive may be slightly different from the images displayed, as it is made by hand and how nature itself there are no two equal.
  • For more information about shipping, materials and care, go to FAQ.

“It is time to renew, to flourish from the heart …

To sprout, to expand in a shower of petals,

Delicate, beautiful and sensitive

You have overcome all the obstacles of winter,
you have understood that everything is ephemeral.

Luminous buds, transformed into a flower. “

The cherry blossom “Sakura”, (in Japanese) is a very appreciated flower in the Japanese country and in many other cultures. A treasure that represents the ephemeral beauty of nature, the feminine, love, renewal and sensitivity. Sakura is also the symbol that announces the arrival of spring.

Cherry trees also teach us the concept of being reborn, flourishing, after having overcome obstacles or, rather, having transformed them.

In Japan there is the tradition of practicing the “Hanani” (the observation of flowers). Every spring, during the first weeks of the season, the parks and streets of the cities fill with people, sometimes even crossing the whole country with the sole purpose of observing how the flowers fill the landscape.


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