Joungmee Do’s layered forms are finely textured and chiseled, giving the metal an almost velvety feel.
Her Wide Chogak Lucky ring takes its name from the centuries-old Korean tradition of wrapping beautiful objects in textiles. They served to cover, wrap, store, and carry pieces of a person’s daily activities. They were used as tablecloths, to deliver a marriage proposal, to carry possessions on a journey, and to adorn and protect sacred writings.
Each of Joungmee Do’s pieces is handmade and individual. Details, exact size and pattern placement may vary from the image pictured. This adds to the unique story of your handcrafted item.