Edamame Ichi Pendant

Simplicity has its own special power and elegance - a single bronze replica of a complete Edamame pod.  Suspended on a flowing double strand of sterling silver dapped cable chain with tourmaline flourish.

1275 July 26 - The word "edamamé" first appears in Japan when the well-known Buddhist saint Nichiren Shônin writes a note thanking a parishioner for the edamamé he left at the temple. In: Nichiren Shonin Gosho Zenshu (The Collected Writings of Saint Nichiren).

Chain Length: 18”                                                                                                   Dimensions: < 4 cm                                                                                                       Materials: Bronze, sterling silver, tourmaline




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