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Still ended up going with some Henson. They were super nice and helpful, and I really like the designs. Definitely not as well finished with the open joins on the cage, but still really happy with the pieces. Support small business, right?

Also have an order in at Self Edge for a Good Art Gordo a Mano that I’m really looking forward to. Only seen like one picture of it so curious how large it actually is vs the pequeno.

I looked through a ton of pictures of the chaine d’ancre and just couldn’t see myself wearing it.

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Still ended up going with some Henson. They were super nice and helpful, and I really like the designs. Definitely not as well finished with the open joins on the cage, but still really happy with the pieces. Support small business, right?

Also have an order in at Self Edge for a Good Art Gordo a Mano that I’m really looking forward to. Only seen like one picture of it so curious how large it actually is vs the pequeno.

I looked through a ton of pictures of the chaine d’ancre and just couldn’t see myself wearing it.

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Which bracelet is that with the toggle? Looks great.
 

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That's the Henson cage bracelet that we were discussing. I have a blackened one with a gold link. It's pretty robust despite what I may have said, but I put my things through a true beating. Most people, it's a non-issue.
This was mine, but since they are custom,.I got mine in the medium thickness links:
Thanks!!!
 

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I appreciate this style probably isn't "SF Approved" but I had a custom ring made by Mindoner. He does custom rings, pendants etc and his work is good quality.

Obviously much of his stuff is graffiti inspired but I believe he's open to whatever.

My ring is one that was made for Danielle Oss and his crew for the Just Ride series and as an avid road cyclist and fan of Oss it's a fun one for me.

https://instagram.com/mindoner

Next purchase for me is likely the ball chain bracelet from Good Art.
 

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Yeah i had my eye on that necklace too.

For me, i feel like i have to accept the fact that i’m not much of a jewelry guy. I have a bunch of werkstatt rings and a bracelet and other misc rings and i hardly ever wear them. This is amplified even moreso by covid lol. Every time i think about dipping my toe into kei shigenaga i cant really justify spending $1k on something i’ll wear less than a dozen times a year.
 

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Yeah i had my eye on that necklace too.

For me, i feel like i have to accept the fact that i’m not much of a jewelry guy. I have a bunch of werkstatt rings and a bracelet and other misc rings and i hardly ever wear them. This is amplified even moreso by covid lol. Every time i think about dipping my toe into kei shigenaga i cant really justify spending $1k on something i’ll wear less than a dozen times a year.
The opposite fact is why I like jewelry. I wear all my jewelry 24/7, and only take my ring and watch off sometimes when showering/playing video games because they get in the way. They accessorize every outfit, in my opinion.
 

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Conversely, I've been wearing my jewelry even more working from home because it adds another layer "this is my work stuff" and taking it off when I'm done helps me transition into home time.
 

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