GIA Museum work


Kinpu necklace
Kinpu brooch pendant


K24 / 30μ line

Embroidery thread red / orange




In 2005 we had the opportunity to have a booth at the Wynn Las Vegas show, which is the most luxurious jewelry show in Las Vegas. During the show, the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) museum director evaluated our jewelry saying it was new, never before seen and of great value. He strongly recommended our jewelry be incorporated in the permanent display at the museum, operated and managed by the GIA. We are proud our jewelry is part of the GIA Museum’s collection located in Carlsbad, California, USA. The GIA Museum collection shows the development of the jewelry industry and collects only truly valuable work. Many students studying to become jewelers learn the value of creativity by studying the museum’s collection.


We exhibit a jewelry corsage with a necklace here. Both are made from an organdy-like textured gold fabric woven with pure gold, 30μ filament (one third the thickness of a human hair). The texture of this jewelry is different from other precious jewelry which is heavy and cold. Our jewelry is in a new category of work.


Patent number
JP 3704332
US 7,028,718B2
CN ZL200310101263.3
EU 1411161
FA 0107880

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