When it comes to July, it reminds us with a romantic Chinese festival: double seven festival. Double seven festival celebrates the annual meeting of the brightest star in the constellation Aquila, Altair (the cowherd in Chinese mythology) and the brightest star of Lyra, Vega (the weaver girl in Chinese mythology) on the seventh day of the seventh month. The romantic story of double seven festival was well known not only in Japan, but some Asian and European countries. Many couples choose 7th July as their wedding day or marriage registration day because of the romantic story. “TWINKLE” means shine and sparkle in English. It is usually used to describe stars in the night sky and this is a good engagement ring option for a proposal on the double seven festival.

“TWINKLE”

A lovely, feminine design with the alternatively set pink and white side stones sparkling together with the centre diamond.

TWINKLE

“Twinkling stars” watch over every loving moment

The nursery rhyme “twinkle, twinkle little star” is sung with the tune of French melody “Ah! Vous dirais-je, Maman” (Japanese song: あのね、お母さん) originated in the end of 18th Century. The French melody is about the love feeling of a girl towards a young man named Silvandre . The lyrics of famous nursery rhyme “twinkle, twinkle little star” were written by an English poet Jane Taylor.

The charming bridal set presented by “TWINKLE”
Enjoy the lovely and romantic pink colour tone

TWINKLE & HAPY & ARIADNE

TWINKLE & HAPY & ARIADNE

The engagement ring “TWINKLE”, match with the wedding ring “HAPY”, where two hearts are engraved inside of the ring, have presented a unique elegant style. The pink diamonds match with rose gold band ring displaying the romantic mood.

The eternity ring “HAPY” was named by the god of fertility, the sparkling diamonds shine upon the fruit of love. The two heart shapes inside the ring gather light so that the diamonds look more shinny and bright. The feminine design of engagement ring “TWINKLE” matches perfectly with the luxurious eternity ring “HAPY” as they reveal an elegant and yet lovely charm of the bride.