The site contains a collection of circle jewelry pieces specifically chosen for the Japanese market. It currently showcases around 125 sterling silver items with an emphasis on Japanese Akoya pearl, rich red merlot carnelian, and frosted quartz crystal. Mizuno will add new pieces and feature new gemstones throughout the year. Early this summer, she will add 14k gold and diamond pieces from the studio’s engagement/wedding collection.
The site also includes a design blog entitled, “workbench,” which will host gemstone and jewelry educational posts, video posts from inside the circle studio tracing the creation of jewelry pieces from conception to final fabrication, fashion and style news, and links. The Japanese site will also serve as a template for the firm’s Chinese and Taiwanese sites launching later this year.
Circle jewelry design studio is focused on the art of creating jewelry by hand using only the finest materials available, including conflict-free diamonds and gemstones and reclaimed (recycled) gold and sterling silver. The company also offers jewelry restoration services.