Flat Marble (Ohajiki, 御弾き) beach found Vivid Blue sea glass Ring set in sterling and fine silver.
A beautiful SUPER RARE Blue Ohajiki marble piece is meticulously hand crafted in fine (.999) and Sterling (.925) solid silver. The piece is left just the way they were found on the beach. A double ring mergers into one piece in the back for extra comfort.
This amazing sea glass piece was once a child's toy, lost on the beach and found in Okinawa Japan many years later.
Ohajiki is a traditional game for Japanese children, especially girls. In the past, they used roll shells, pebbles or pieces from another game, but now they use flat ball made with small coin-shaped colors ceramic, glass or plastic, and whose diameter is 1-1.5 cm The name of game came from playing by snapping or flicking (“hajiki” in Japanese word) with the fingers.a game similar to marbles. This piece could be hundreds of years old at this game became very popular as an indoor game for girls during the Edo period (from 1603 to 1867).
Ring is a size 7.75 and could be sized up to an 8 upon request.
(Request in comments section, sorry this ring cannot be sized down).
- Sea Glass Color:
- Vivid Blue
- Sea Glass Quality 1-5:
- Rarity Value 1-5:
- Color Value 1-5:
- Possible Source:
- Child's Toy
- Beach Location Found:
- Okinawa, Japan
- Metal(s) Used:
- Sterling Silver & Fine Silver
- Sea Glass Size:
- 7/8 x 5/8 x 1/4 Inch
- Ring Size:
- 7.75 ( 7 3/4)