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The Mahawan design (ring, earrings, pendant and bracelet) was inspired by the floral motif on the carved, gilt panels outside the Mahawan Temple in northern Thailand. "Mahawan" translates as "Auspicious Day," and this lyrical pattern exudes joy and life. Featured here is the Mahawan Pendant, with a dangling garnet square. We have many gemstone options for this pendant: garnet, peridot, citrine, blue topaz, emerald (in square shapes), and for round options we also have diamonds, rubies, sapphires, aquamarine, rainbow moonstone and more. The price is the same for many of these gemstones; kindly inquire for options/estimates.

Your pendant will be made to order, using handforging methods (no wax or casting). The wait for our work is currently around 4 weeks time; thank you for your patience with the handmade process. This listing is for one Mahawan Pendant (without chain; all other items shown in the images are available separately). The pendant is made of solid 18k gold, which is hallmarked for purity. 18k gold has the ideal consistency and strength for the intricate cutwork/carving you see here; for this piece, we recommend it over all other metals/karats. The carved square panel is 1/2 inch wide; from top to bottom, including the bale, it measures a little over 1 inch.

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Gold Pendant, Mahawan Pendant in Solid 18K Gold, Handmade Original Design (Made to Order)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: garnet, 18k gold
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Hong Kong
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