Awesome tribal bangle with two dragons, symbolizing strength and protection. Made by the Miao Hmong tribal people of the border between China and Laos. The dragon is an important symbol of strength for the Miao Hmong hill tribe people, and silver believed to be a protective element as it is believed that the silver from their mountains keeps evil spirits away.
Size: Adjustable. Well made to adjust to any wrist size. 7.5" (19 cm) inner circumference. Material: The metal is a mixture of silver and brass.
These dancing dragon earrings are FREAKIN AWESOME!!
Made with hypoallergenic brass and genuine rainbow moonstone. They measure about 1" wide and 1" long.
Moonstone has long been revered as a guide to our own inner truths. As light catches the stone and reveals hidden colors and hues, so too does the stone help illuminate ourselves as we continue down the path of self-discovery.
The dragon is a symbol of power, leadership and strength.
by talented Indian artists and collected by us while traveling in Rajasthan, India.
Both the dragon and the tortuous have deep mythological significance in both ancient, and modern Chinese society. While the dragon is a symbol of power, strength and success, the turtle teaches us patience and wisdom. The combination of both creates balance, as both are important to create harmony. Known as a Bixi, these are commonly rubbed for good luck!
On top of the mythological creature is a pagoda. The pagoda is symbolic of the rise of Buddhism and spirituality in China, and represent sacred Mountains.
A beautiful addition to any home, this also makes for a great conversation piece.
The statue stands at about 11 inches tall and 8 inches across.
Awesome! We collected this dragon bracelet while traveling through the Hmong villages in East Asia. The dragon symbolizes power and strength, and this is certainly a very powerful bracelet!
Material: The metal is a mixture of silver and brass.
Dimensions: Approx. 7" (18 cm) and adjustable (although it is very thick/sturdy and can be difficult to adjust)
Symbolism: The Miao Hmong hill tribes believe that the silver from their mountains has the ability to keep away the evil spirits that bring misfortune. They traditionally wear their silver jewelry for good luck for themselves and their communities. The dragon is an important symbol of good luck, longevity, power and protection to the Hmong people. Many traditional Hmong pieces incorporate dragons such as this piece.
A gorgeous artifact of traditional Miao Hmong hill tribe silver craftsmanship and artistic heritage. Awesome!
The mythological Chinese Dragon represents power, strength, and is a symbol of good things to come. In Chinese culture, powerful and notable people would be compared to a dragon. Chinese emperors notoriously wore dragons on their robes as a symbol of their power. In the sculpture the dragon is holding a ball, or what is supposed to be the flaming pearl. This is a representation of spiritual energy, representing a very powerful spirituality and knowledge of the universe.
Made with high quality jewelry brass with three layers of silver plating. Comes with your choice of chain or leather cord. Measures 1.25" long
An awesome piece of traditional East Asian culture and heritage. Awesome!