This rustic silver Tibetan pendant from the Himalayas is awesome!
There are four sides and each side has it's own ornate etchings. One side has a feather design, one side has the sun and stars, one side has an ornate swirl design and one side has the Tibetan mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum" which represents peace, tranquility and the oneness of all beings.
This was made by hand by the skilled Tibetan craftspeople in Nepal, I collected this artifact during my trip to Nepal. Measures 1.8" long and comes with your choice of cord or chain.
An absolutely unforgettable handcrafted piece of traditional Himalayan cultural heritage. Awesome!
Made with carved bone and brass with a carved Tibetan Om. The Tibetan Om is the sacred Tibetan mantra, representing the unity and oneness of all things.
Measures 1.5" x 1.5" and comes with your choice of chain or cord.
Awesome Tibetan Kila dagger stainless steel pendant necklace!
A Kila (also known as a Phurba) is a ceremonial object with many uses. It is used in Tibetan ceremonies to mark the center of the universe. A Tibetan Buddhist monk puts the Kila into the ground and the ceremonies are performed around it. A Kila is also used to ceremonially stir medicine and is believed to have immense powers. Kila are known to have existed in Shamanic Tibetan animalist beliefs before the arrival of Buddhism, but have become incorporated into Tibetan Buddhism.
Made with stainless steel, the pendant will never tarnish.
The pendant measures 2.25" long. Comes with your choice of chain or cord.
This is a wonderfully crafted elegant Tibetan folk necklace from the Tibetan communities of the Nepali Himalaya.
Tibetan turquoise, deep lapis and rich coral stones are featured in this piece. Turquoise represents the spiritual growth and ever-changing nature of human spirituality. All of these stones together create an enchanting and elegant traditional Himalayan folk statement piece.
The stones are inlaid into Tibetan Silver, which is silver and brass mixed metals. It is tarnish resistant and very sturdy for a piece that will last forever.
This turquoise Tibetan Buddhist shrine (Gau) pendant was collected by us from the Tibetan refugee communities in Nepal during our trip to the Himalayas. Made by hand with brass by skilled Tibetan artisans.
Traditionally, shrine pendants like these would be worn by Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims during spiritual pilgrimage. It is believed by those on pilgrimage that danger will not come from the direction where the pendant is facing. At night, the pendant serves as a shrine in the tent camps. This is a more modern version of the ancient styles.
Made with high quality tarnish resistant jewelry brass. Inlaid with small inlaid pieces of turquoise and lapis.
Dimensions: About 1".
Comes with a long 30 inch gold toned tarnish resistant aluminum chain.