TOKYO—Misui, a Barcelona-based jewelry brand that was started two years ago by the 175-year-old, family-run company Unión Suiza, is making its first international foray with an entry into the Japanese market.
Misui showed its diverse collection at a launch event in the Spanish embassy in Tokyo Wednesday. Pieces range from oversized, hollow sterling silver fruit pendants, which go for 130,000 yen, or $1,156, to a necklace crafted from yellow gold and color stones, priced at 2.45 million yen, or $21,781.
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