“katamu”( 固む) means “love is the tie that binds both together” and they do have another meaning “make something strong and hard” in Japanese.
Not only making something durable, but also being faithful to a promise, taking a firm pledge, and making a tight knot together. At the traditional Japanese wedding ceremonies, a newlywed couple exchanging “cups of sake to pledge” is a wish for making marital ties secure.
We believe these wedding bands are worth lasting a lifetime because of the material’s strength and smooth finish. Katamu white diamond is cutting into an ideal shape by skilled craftsmen.
Eight arrows symbolizing excellent symmetry on the surface and eight hearts will appear on the back of the diamond. All diamonds give off a strong sparkle, “Gracious Diamonds.”
This collection represents “The strong bonded love of two people.” We will like to wish married couples’ relationships are also strengthened, and there are always strong bonds between them.