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Here is a lovely pendant made from cream colored stoneware and a mold that i made of a pendant that i had when i was an infant. The original of the pendant was made by a family friend named Roger Nyygard; an extraordinary artist, sculptor and carver. This version was hand-formed from porcelain clay with additional carved details. This piece is glazed in a stunning, flowing blue which breaks over the amazing texture of the piece. The pendant measures 1.25" long and is just under 1" long at the widest portion. It hangs from a silver tone jump ring from a delicate silver ball chain.

This piece would make a wonderful gift for a new Baha'i! It is also delicate enough that a child could comfortably wear it.
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Following is a brief description of the meaning of the Baha'i Ringstone symbol:

The purpose of the symbol that appears on Bahá'í ringstones and other Bahá'í identity jewelry is a visual reminder of God's purpose for man, and for Bahá'ís in particular. Bahá'í identity jewelry often is a conversation starter about the Faith and may be considered a teaching and proclamation aid.
What it means:
The three levels of the design represent:
the world of God, the Creator,
the world of His Manifestations,
and the world of man.

The vertical line joins the three horizontal bars together in the same way that the Divine Messengers of God form the link between the world of God and the world of man.

The twin five-pointed stars on either side of the design represent the Báb and Bahá'u'lláh, the twin Messengers of God for this age.

The ringstone symbol was designed by `Abdu'l-Bahá and rendered by Mishkín-Qalam, a close companion of His and the leading calligrapher of Persia. The Ringstone symbol used on this design is a reproduction of the original design by Mishkín-Qalam.
Charity Hofert

Baha'i Ringstone Symbol- stoneware pendant necklace

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: porcelain, glaze, jump ring, silver ball chain
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 107 reviews
  • Favorited by: 10 people