Arata Fuchi makes the kind of sculptural jewelry that I almost want to stare at instead of wear. Arata’s background is just as interesting as his approach to jewelry. His home? Japan and Italy. His technique? The ominously violent sounding “pulverization.”
After graduating in industrial design in his native Japan Arata moved to Italy where he earned a Goldsmith’s Diploma from Le arti orafe in Florence. The regular and the irregular unite in the unique shape of his jewelry which has been exhibited from from Spain to the Netherlands to the U.S. The split teardrop frame and intricate gold webbing of this ring combines a clean and modern Japanese aesthetic with the delicate details of the Italian goldsmithing tradition. Maybe that’s why I continue to be obsessed with the idea of finally putting it on my finger.
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