Mado, also meaning "window" in Japanese, honors the glittering canyon walls of the mighty Rio Grande Gorge near Taos, New Mexico. The 14k recycled yellow gold band measures 2.5mm wide. Features one 2 x 1mm fair-trade white diamond baguette one on side and a single 1mm fair-trade princess-cut white diamond on the other. Can be worn alone or nested alongside theMisao Ring.
Handmade by M. HISAE in Brooklyn.
M. HISAE is the jewelry portfolio of artist Michelle Hisae Meronek, blending concepts of art, object, and earth into symbols of commitment, to self and others. Pieces are designed as a blending of disciplines and cultures that influence her the most - her Japanese and Eastern European heritage, travels throughout the American Southwest, Modernist and Bauhaus art, furniture, and architecture, feminine-masculine inquiries, and her continuous study of terra-spirituality. Castings are produced locally and from recycled metals. Nearly all diamonds used are reclaimed, sourced from a sixth-generation, family-owned dealer operating between Antwerp and NYC.