Tibetan Pendant Necklace Earrings Set, Buddhist Conch Shell Necklace Rudraksha Seeds, Auspicious Symbol Yoga Jewelry, Carnelian Gemstone

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Tibetan Pendant Necklace Earrings Set, Buddhist Conch Shell Necklace Rudraksha Seeds, Auspicious Symbol Yoga Jewelry, Carnelian Gemstone

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Handmade item

Materials

Tibetan coin pendant, rudraksha seed beads, freshwater pearls, carnelian round beads, Swarovski Metallic Sunshine bicones, TierraCast copper on pewter bead caps, copper rondelle spacers, sterling silver heavy crimps and cover, sterling silver wire guards, copper clasp, copper jump rings, 49 strand beading wire, copper earring hooks

Dimensions

Necklace length: 21 1/4 Inches; Pendant height: 1 Inches; Pendant width: 1 Inches

This stylish Tibetan conch necklace and earrings jewelry set features a Nepalese coin pendant, organic rudraksha beads, carnelian gemstone rounds, crystal bicones, gold freshwater pearls, and a rope-decorated copper "S" hook clasp. The pendant, a puffy round tabular bead, was made by Tibetan refugees in Nepal and is constructed of base metal overlaid with copper and brass. In size, it's about 1 inch around, not counting its bail. The front side is incised with a conch shell symbol, which is significant in both Buddhism and Hinduism. For more details on this symbol, please see the section "About the Symbol of the Conch Shell" later in this listing. Also, I have provided close-ups of the pendant's front and back in my photos here, along with a measurement photo showing the pendant alongside a ruler.

To adorn this meaningful focal, I chose rudraksha seed beads, which come from a type of evergreen in the Himalayan foothills and Southeast Asia. These are particularly nice and have a shiny finish to them. I also included carnelian gemstone beads, which confer a wonderful warmth that complements the pendant and seed beads. Carnelian, one of my favorite gemstones, has traditional associations with positive elements, such as healing. (More info about carnelian as well as Rudrakshar seeds is provided at the end of this lisitng.)

As a further complement and accent, I selected Swarovski "Metallic Sunshine" bicone crystals (made in Austria, 4mm) and gold-hued freshwater pearls. The crystals lend a subtle sparkle to the necklace, and to me they represent spiritual light. The pearls also are symbolic of spiritual light and bring a nice brightness and luster to the necklace.

Also included in this special piece are copper rondelle spacer beads, TierraCast (made in the USA) bead caps, the copper clasp (along with connector jump rings), and sterling silver heavy-duty crimps, crimp covers, and wire guards. I used the sterling silver elements, thus mixing metals, because the crimps are quite strong and more secure than copper would be. The sterling covers match the wire guards, which are excellent quality and will help prevent abrasion of the necklace's high-quality 49-strand beading wire. All the sterling here as well as the beading wire was made in the USA.

The matching earrings were designed to add more and stronger sparkle to the set. They are handmade with carnelian rounds (6mm, 4mm), Swarovski "Metallic Sunshine" crystals (6mm), and copper pins, spacer beads, and ear wires. They come with white ear stoppers (aka ear guards) for better security when worn.

The length of these earrings is approximately 1 1/2 inches, including the earring hooks. The length of the necklace is 21 1/4 inches.

Please be sure to look closely at my photographs, which show measurements, close-ups, and a full-view of the necklace and earrings designs.

This unique and inspirational Tibetan conch shell pendant necklace and earrings set was handmade by me with great care, deep thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes in an eco-friendly kraft-styled box, nicely wrapped and ready for gift giving. This would make a lovely present for anyone who practices Buddhism, engages in meditation and/or yoga, is interested in Tibet, or simply finds meaning in Eastern spirituality. Perhaps that someone will be you!

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname


About the Symbol of the Conch Shell
This is one of the eight auspicious symbols ("Ashtamangala") that hold meaning for Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. They are believed to bear and convey good fortune.

In Buddhism, these symbols also represent royal gifts offered to Sakyamuni after his spiritual enlightenment and elevation to Buddha. In particular, the conch symbolizes the all-surrounding and interpenetrating sound of the dharma, or universal law, that stirs individuals awake from the sleep of ignorance so that they may pursue the Buddhist three-fold path for the good of all. (Dharma also means the teachings of the Buddha.)

Hindu iconography includes the sacred conch, or Shankha, which in various religious stories is used as a horn. The sound of the conch is associated with the sacred sound "Om." The Shankha is one of the main attributes of the god Vishu, and symbolizes good fortune, purity, hope, and cosmic energy.

About Rudraksha Seeds
These interesting and meaningful seeds come from a variety of evergreen that grows in the foothills of the Himalayas and certain areas of Southeast Asia. The name Rudraksha is a compound word, with Rudra representing the name Shiva (Hindu god) and aksha meaning "eyes," The common translation is "Shiva's Tears." The name reflects the role of Shiva in the etiology of the Rudraksha tree. In that legend, Shiva emerges from a long period of meditation with such strong emotions that he sheds a tear, which falls to the earth and grows into the first Rudraksha tree. The seeds from the tree are thus sacred, and in Hindu belief, they are thought to confer the spiritual protection of Shiva. These meaningful seeds are traditionally used as beads in Hindu and Buddhist malas (prayer beads).

About Carnelian
Lovely warm carnelian belongs to the quartz family and is a type of chalcedony. A rich and regal-looking gemstone, it has been used for jewelry since ancient times. Traditional beliefs associate it with healing, courage building, fear dispelling, and protection against negative forces (as a talisman). It is also believed to focus energy and sharpen mental clarity in preparation for action.
This stylish Tibetan conch necklace and earrings jewelry set features a Nepalese coin pendant, organic rudraksha beads, carnelian gemstone rounds, crystal bicones, gold freshwater pearls, and a rope-decorated copper "S" hook clasp. The pendant, a puffy round tabular bead, was made by Tibetan refugees in Nepal and is constructed of base metal overlaid with copper and brass. In size, it's about 1 inch around, not counting its bail. The front side is incised with a conch shell symbol, which is significant in both Buddhism and Hinduism. For more details on this symbol, please see the section "About the Symbol of the Conch Shell" later in this listing. Also, I have provided close-ups of the pendant's front and back in my photos here, along with a measurement photo showing the pendant alongside a ruler.

To adorn this meaningful focal, I chose rudraksha seed beads, which come from a type of evergreen in the Himalayan foothills and Southeast Asia. These are particularly nice and have a shiny finish to them. I also included carnelian gemstone beads, which confer a wonderful warmth that complements the pendant and seed beads. Carnelian, one of my favorite gemstones, has traditional associations with positive elements, such as healing. (More info about carnelian as well as Rudrakshar seeds is provided at the end of this lisitng.)

As a further complement and accent, I selected Swarovski "Metallic Sunshine" bicone crystals (made in Austria, 4mm) and gold-hued freshwater pearls. The crystals lend a subtle sparkle to the necklace, and to me they represent spiritual light. The pearls also are symbolic of spiritual light and bring a nice brightness and luster to the necklace.

Also included in this special piece are copper rondelle spacer beads, TierraCast (made in the USA) bead caps, the copper clasp (along with connector jump rings), and sterling silver heavy-duty crimps, crimp covers, and wire guards. I used the sterling silver elements, thus mixing metals, because the crimps are quite strong and more secure than copper would be. The sterling covers match the wire guards, which are excellent quality and will help prevent abrasion of the necklace's high-quality 49-strand beading wire. All the sterling here as well as the beading wire was made in the USA.

The matching earrings were designed to add more and stronger sparkle to the set. They are handmade with carnelian rounds (6mm, 4mm), Swarovski "Metallic Sunshine" crystals (6mm), and copper pins, spacer beads, and ear wires. They come with white ear stoppers (aka ear guards) for better security when worn.

The length of these earrings is approximately 1 1/2 inches, including the earring hooks. The length of the necklace is 21 1/4 inches.

Please be sure to look closely at my photographs, which show measurements, close-ups, and a full-view of the necklace and earrings designs.

This unique and inspirational Tibetan conch shell pendant necklace and earrings set was handmade by me with great care, deep thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes in an eco-friendly kraft-styled box, nicely wrapped and ready for gift giving. This would make a lovely present for anyone who practices Buddhism, engages in meditation and/or yoga, is interested in Tibet, or simply finds meaning in Eastern spirituality. Perhaps that someone will be you!

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname


About the Symbol of the Conch Shell
This is one of the eight auspicious symbols ("Ashtamangala") that hold meaning for Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. They are believed to bear and convey good fortune.

In Buddhism, these symbols also represent royal gifts offered to Sakyamuni after his spiritual enlightenment and elevation to Buddha. In particular, the conch symbolizes the all-surrounding and interpenetrating sound of the dharma, or universal law, that stirs individuals awake from the sleep of ignorance so that they may pursue the Buddhist three-fold path for the good of all. (Dharma also means the teachings of the Buddha.)

Hindu iconography includes the sacred conch, or Shankha, which in various religious stories is used as a horn. The sound of the conch is associated with the sacred sound "Om." The Shankha is one of the main attributes of the god Vishu, and symbolizes good fortune, purity, hope, and cosmic energy.

About Rudraksha Seeds
These interesting and meaningful seeds come from a variety of evergreen that grows in the foothills of the Himalayas and certain areas of Southeast Asia. The name Rudraksha is a compound word, with Rudra representing the name Shiva (Hindu god) and aksha meaning "eyes," The common translation is "Shiva's Tears." The name reflects the role of Shiva in the etiology of the Rudraksha tree. In that legend, Shiva emerges from a long period of meditation with such strong emotions that he sheds a tear, which falls to the earth and grows into the first Rudraksha tree. The seeds from the tree are thus sacred, and in Hindu belief, they are thought to confer the spiritual protection of Shiva. These meaningful seeds are traditionally used as beads in Hindu and Buddhist malas (prayer beads).

About Carnelian
Lovely warm carnelian belongs to the quartz family and is a type of chalcedony. A rich and regal-looking gemstone, it has been used for jewelry since ancient times. Traditional beliefs associate it with healing, courage building, fear dispelling, and protection against negative forces (as a talisman). It is also believed to focus energy and sharpen mental clarity in preparation for action.

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