Korean Traditional Dwikkoji
Dwikkoji, known as "뒤꽂이" in Korean, is a cherished traditional ornament that adds an exquisite touch to the elegant chignons of Korean hanbok women.
Its distinctive feature lies in its pointed end, delicately crafted to perfection. When gracefully tucked into their chignons, these dwikkojis take on the role of enchanting hair jewelry, elevating the allure of their wearer.
Korea history says The diverse array of dwikkojis aligns with social hierarchy, each type symbolizing a distinct social status. Some are designed exclusively for royalty, while others exude a regal charm suited for the nobility.
Yet, there are also dwikkojis tailored for the everyday individuals, granting them a touch of refinement and sophistication. Among the populace, NASCHENKA Seoul, Our ornamental pieces, often crafted from silver, effortlessly combine aesthetic grandeur with practical functionality, making them a beloved choice for many.
The Dwikkojis produced by NASCHENKA Seoul, which uphold the tradition and creativity in line with Korean traditional methods, are primarily crafted from silver. They seamlessly combine aesthetic beauty with practical functionality, creating a harmonious blend that is beloved by many.
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