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Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native – Also Hiragana and katakana Characters. Thousands of symbols, sayings, expressions and words of wisdom in round, square or rectangle shapes

Here are links to some Characters – Kanji – Chinese 1 – Chinese 2- Kanji Zone ( also Katakana Hiragana and Romaji ) – Japanese Nameshttp://takase.com/Names/NameInJapaneseJ.htm

 

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native - NNKc2c - Love - 5/8"

NNKc2c – Love – 5/8″

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native - NNKc5 - 1/2" square - Chinese Character - Courage

NNKc5 – 1/2″ square – Chinese Character – Courage

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native - NNKc3a - 1/2" round

NNKc3a – 1/2″ round

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native - NNKcla - Believe - 5/8"

NNKcla – Believe – 5/8″

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native - NNKc5 - 1/2" square - Chinese Character - Courage

NNKc5 – 1/2″ square – Chinese Character – Courage

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native - NNKc4 - Chinese Character - Man - Woman

NNKc4 – Chinese Character – Man – Woman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana and Chinese character jewelry here.

There are three writing systems in Japanese, two phonetic and one symbolic.

Kanji is symbolic (or logographic). It is the most common means of written communication in the Japanese language, with more than 50,000 different symbols by some estimates. A single kanji character can have multiple meanings, depending on how it is pronounced and the context in which it is used.

Hiragana and katakana are both phonetic (or syllabic). There are 46 basic characters in each. Hiragana is used primarily to spell words that have Japanese roots or grammatical elements. Katakana is used to spell foreign and technical words (“computer” is one example) or for emphasis.

Western characters and words, sometimes called romanji, are also common in modern Japanese and used extensively in advertising to emphasize a point.

For everyday purposes, most writing contains kanji characters because it’s the most efficient, expressive means of communication. Complete sentences written only in hiragana and katakana would be extremely long and resemble a jumble of letters, not a full thought.

 

Kanji Chinese Cuff Links Non-Native – Costs

1/2″ to 1″ diameters Many shapes and sizes
are possible Many designs available, or whatever you may have in mind !

silver $150

14k $290 to $400

The face is 925 silver or 14k gold

The clasp is silver, stainless or surgical steel

All 14k gold with gold plated clasp is $ 370 to $500

All white gold face with silver or surgical clasp is $350 to $450

 

Cost may change with the gold market

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