This is Sugama of the TAILORS WORLD editorial department.In this blog, I would like to present matching cufflinks, tie bars and bracelets with four different natural stones.

Kofu City in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, has long been a centre of jewellery processing and has a large number of craftsmen with very high levels of excellence. Today, the number of craftsmen has decreased considerably due to the ageing of the population, but there are still a few craftsmen with excellent skills.

The items introduced here are EXCY’s original cufflinks, tie-bars and bracelets, which are all made with the skills of craftsmen from Kofu City.

Cufflinks with four types of natural stones.

The cufflinks are made by digging a diagonal groove in a rectangular brass piece and precisely cutting and embedding natural stones to fit into the groove, creating a beautiful finish using the delicate skills of craftsmen in Kofu City.

Tie bar with matching cufflinks

At first glance, the tie bar has a simple shape, but like the cufflinks, a diagonal groove is dug into which the natural stone is embedded. The stones have to be cut even thinner than in cufflinks, so the stones have to be cut very carefully or they will break. The work is a true masterpiece of craftsmanship.

A new bracelet that combines casual and formal wear.

The bracelet is not often used for formal occasions, but it may be fun to see it used with some playfulness. In fact, this bracelet was the most difficult piece for the craftsmen to work on. This is because while other items are straight, the bracelet is curved, making it very difficult to cut and embed the stones.

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