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A wonderful find for those of you who like to use original ethnic components in your work.

You will receive one antique, coin silver (high quality) charm from Rajasthan, India. This is a tiny, original amulet, not a contemporary reproduction. You will receive the exact amulet shown in the photos.

♥ This protective amulet dates from the turn of the century in Rajasthan, India.
♥ It features the goddess SHAKTI (or Durga, or Devi) in a traditional almond (or arrowhead) shape.

Please note the dimensions, as this is a very petite specimen, meant to be worn knotted onto a leather cord. Of course, it looks perfect simply hung from a delicate sterling silver chain. I like to add a tiny wire wrapped gemstone to keep it company.

D I M E N S I O N S : 5/8" x 7/8" (about 15mm to 22mm)

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P O L I C I E S : Due to my current work schedule, my normal timeframe for shipping is within **4 business days.** Please let me know if you need ASAP shipping. You can read my Shop Policies here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/seriousbeader/policy and if you have any special needs, please don't hestitate to contact me. P.S. I love custom orders. :-) ~Mary T.

Durga Devi SHAKTI Goddess Antique Hindu Coin Silver Charm ETHNIC ELEMENTS Rajasthan India


  • Vintage Supply from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: coin, silver, charm, amulet, pendant
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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