April 30, 2013

Hishigata (Japanese Diamond) Key Fob

Hishigata (means diamond in Japanese) is a colorful key fob, made in the Japanese chainmaille weave on the loose end of AR, resulting in a fun diamond pattern that is not only pleasing to the eye, also flexible in form to fit comfortably in your palm.

The jingly bells help you find it just in case it fell off toward the bottom of your purse, back pack, shopping bag, and what not:-)

The key fob is made with anodized aluminum jump rings which are light weight, and in brightly jewel tones.  I triple-stacked the horizontal rings to give the diamond shape more substance and better secured to take on the pulls-and-tugs.

I paired the diamond shape with a crescent shape split ring to hold all your key-holding needs:-)  The juxtaposition of sharp corners of a diamond and the soft curve of the new moon!  Unexpectingly complementary!

The key fob measures about 5 inches long, 2 inches wide, 3/8 inch thick.  All color rings are anodized aluminum, with the split/key ring in plated base metal.

For more views of the key fob, please visit my Picasa web album.

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