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For the cuff makers comes this beautiful Buddha Eyes 40mm double drilled cabochon made from carved bone.

It comes with 1.5mm holes drilled in each of its corners so it also works for beaders who should find this piece ideal for stringing.

There's also a version with holes in only the top two corners and one with no holes at all.

This piece was crafted exclusively for Indounik in Bali where Buddhism and other religions have had a big influence in shaping the type of Hinduism practised by most of the island's 3.8 million inhabitants.

You can see other Buddha cabs here

Size: Approx 40mm (L) x 20mm (W)- about 1 1/2 in (L)
Thickness: Approx 3mm
Pieces per pack: 1
Material: Bone, flat-backed, drilled with a 2mm hole in each of the four corners
Colour: White (putih)
Shipping: This item will ship from Bali via Pos Indonesia registered mail with a tracking number, and you will need to sign for the package upon delivery. It will be well packaged protect it from damage in transit. Please see my shop policies for further shipping details, and my policy about returns.
Extra info: The same design is also be available without holes, or with holes in only the top two corners. See separate listings from the link above.

Bali is the biggest Hindu outpost outside of India but it's a hybrid form of the religion that incorporates elements of Buddhism, animism, and even Chinese Confucianism.

This religion is practised by more than 90 percent of Balinese as well as some residents of Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, and Lombok, the little island to Bali's east. Together they represent only about 3% of the population of Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation state.

What might not be so widely known is that in Java, once predominantly Hindu, a substantial number of Muslims follow a non-orthodox, Hindu-influenced form of Islam known as Agama Jawa.

Crafting beautiful ornaments and jewelry pieces from animal bone is a time-honoured tradition among many of the world's cultures, including several of the diverse ethnic groups scattered through the Indonesian archipelago.

Delicately hand-carved pieces come alive in the hands of talented artisans such as those found on the island of Bali. Bone is a sturdy and versatile material that is durable enough to craft a treasured heirloom.

The bone used in Indounik cabochons is from cattle and is sourced from neighbouring Java. It is carved in the village of Tampaksiring, home of the island's best carvers of bone, horn and shell.

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“Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity." ~ Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C
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Buddha Eyes 40mm Double Drilled Carved Bone Cabochon

$9.00 USD
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