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. This glass ohajiki was found upon a beach in Japan and is nicely worn by the ocean. It features a raised, lined pattern. An ohajiki is one of our more rare, sea glass artifacts.
The soft aqua blue color is reminiscent of the ocean, and the simple setting measures just under 1" by approximately 7/8" wide. The sophisticated rope patterned ring band will fit a size 9.75 finger. The ring is made with a combination of fine and sterling silver.
Your ring 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.