Cesarzowa Kojun — pierścionek mokume z szafirem chabrowym
The Laughing Empress — this is the name the people gave to the Empress that served for seventy-four years, the longest reign of any female in the history of Japan.
She has to smile to retain her place in history. Skipping ahead, I’d like to point out that this ring was forged using the mokume gane technique in order to lend a particular energy to it. This is a ring is about women who will remain forever in the heart of the ages. It is for those who stroll about the city in the springtime and can confer inspiration to last the whole day with a single smile. It is for those who save the world all year round. This ring is a tribute to beauty that is timeless, a recognition that others see and feel this power. She is wondrous, her grace unrivalled.
A deep breath and a glance that takes effort to divert. Warmth that floods the body and opens the heart with the key of words most sincere. This is the love of the Empress. Her gait is the wind, and you must be made of stone to not follow it.