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Where Satomi Kawakita Crafts Her Teeny Tiny Diamond Jewelry

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Welcome to Open Studio, a Racked feature where we explore the workspaces and showrooms of some of the city's most talented designers.


Photos by Driely S.

Jewelry designer Satomi Kawakita has perfected the art of putting big things into very small packages: the main details on some of her stunning but simple engagement rings, and delicate necklaces are often not much bigger than a drop of water. Despite their size, they're strong enough to be worn solo or stacked with something else.

Her Tribeca studio is also home to one-of-a-kind colored stone rings in pearl, tourmaline, and unique gray diamonds; and organic-shaped wedding bands. See close-ups of some of her most beautiful pieces after the jump in this week's behind-the-scenes tour.

· Satomi Kawakita Jewelry [Official Site]
· All Open Studio Posts [Racked NY]