At Jewellery Atelier


1. MBONMBONNE original jewellery lines: Casual to semi-formal Jewellery
2. Custom made jewellery: Semi-formal to formal
3. Remodelling jewellery: Semi-formal to formal
The creations are shown in the Creations page.
4. Creations except for jewellery as +Opus
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The creations are not being caught in a trend and make you have a lovely smile ,Hanaemi, works of art that keep on loving for a long time.
Pursuing the possibility of expressing by gems and metals for the creations. What is "Gemmetallogy Art"? It is the made-up word which means Gemmology + Metal Art.
Opus means the Latin word for music or work of art. Pursuing the possibility of expressing creations beyond jewelry as +Opus.

About 2 columns

Ohanashi Ten - Exhibition of Gem・Metal + Jewellery Tale (Only Japanese)
The first exhibition, “Jewellery + Tale of Gem” was realised by the cooperation of my friends when I started to create jewellery pieces before MBONMBONNE was born. It was exhibited my works of art and I also made time for telling some gem story. I came up to my mind the idea of the “Gemmetallogy Art“ at that time. Keeping on writing stories about the beautiful mystic world of natural science of gemmology, metals, jewellery history, jewellery and fashion and so on which are deeply related to Gemmetallogy Art on the web exhibition, “Exhibition of Gem・Metal + Jewellery Tale".

Hanaemi Blog - Tamayura no Hanaemi
It is written about happening of a wonderful and enchanting moment in daily life. The word, “Tamayura” originally means a moment of making subtle sounds being touched between balls like pearls. It is thought as a metaphor of short moment. The word, “Hanaemi” originally expresses a lovely moment of flower buds beginning to bloom. It is thought as a metaphor for a lovely smile. I think these two words are well expressed and beautiful Japanese as it is clear for me to imagine the scene by them. I would like to write about happenings in daily life with the lovely smile as the moments as my blog title, “Tamayura No Hanaemi”.