TENTHOUSANDTHINGS Semi-Custom Charm Event

TENTHOUSANDTHINGS is a jewelry brand based in New York. Arts & Science have shared their collection for many seasons. Our highlight of this summer is the semi-custom charm event from the “GOOD FORTUNE” series relaunched by the brand. The custom charms will be available at & SHOP Aoyama from Friday, July 23rd to Sunday, August 15th.

The “GOOD FORTUNE” series is a charm collection with a unique and organic form combined with a soft matte texture in 14K gold. At this event, we will introduce a wide variety of charms in alphabet initials, twelve constellations, and the Goodluck series. Please find this opportunity to enjoy the process of choosing your one-of-a-kind combination of icons with its very own personal meaning.

Message from the designers

Story behind the GOOD FORTUNE relaunch

The time seems right to focus on personal talismans and expression; Charms that are meaningful and press our personal experiences seem more important than ever.
Our TENTHOUSANDTHINGS concept always starts with technique, what can we do in the studio that brings a unique feeling to the pieces. GOOD FORTUNE was invented the same way, the technique of making the symbols was unique and graphic. Symbols are meant to be universally recognized and with this charm line we have added a somewhat abstract and organic feeling to the graphic drawing.

― Ron Anderson & David Reese

INFORMATION

  • TITLE
    TENTHOUSANDTHINGS Semi-Custom Charm Event
  • DATE
    &SHOP AOYAMA
    2021.7.23 (Fri.) - 8.15 (Sun.) / 12:00 – 19:00
  • PROFILE
    TENTHOUSANDTHINGS was established in 1991 by Ron Anderson and David Rees, self-taught jewelers. TTT meticulously hand crafts modern heirlooms — sculptural forms in silver and gold — inspired by abstract shapes found in nature. Their concept underlies in the idea that jewelry should give a person “value” - a unique energy that comes from each specific piece and translates to the wearer. Arts & Science has introduced their collection through trunk shows and custom events for many seasons.
    www.tenthousandthingsnyc.com
    www.goodfortunenyc.com
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