This vibrant and rare sea glass piece was found on a beach along the Pacific Ocean in Okinawa, Japan. It is a fully intact Ohajiki game piece, and features a sky blue/ cornflower shade with a unique darker blue streak through it. It measures 5/8" diameter, and has a patterned, textured patina. We have bezel set the piece using .999 fine silver and soldered it to a sterling silver backing.
Ohajiki is a Japanese children's game that traditionally came into popularity among girls during the Edo Period (1603- 1868). Ohajiki means "flip" in Japanese. Children play the game by flipping flattened marbles at opponent's ohajiki marbles, which can be made of glass, pottery or plastic.
The sterling silver, bangle style bracelet measures 7.5" and has a hook and hinge closure.
Your bracelet will arrive in a cotton lined gift box with a card that tells the short story of sea glass and the name of the ocean where your piece was found.