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*Tiger Eye Jade ( Natural Petrified wood)Beads
Tibet oxen (Yak) Bone Skull (1)
Tiger Eye Beads: 8mm
Skull beads: 14mm
Cross: 44*24mm
Center medal:22*16mm
The Pendant medal: 36*30mm
Tibet oxen (Yak) Bone Skull from Tibet with Hand Carved
Chainwork: white copper
the rosary circumference : 70cm

You are bid a high quality RARE Blue Tiger Eye Jade & Old Bone Skulls ROSARY CROSS, Super high luster,no blemish on the surface, Condition is Brand New! Never wear! Please note these *Tiger Eye Jade ( Natural Petrified wood )are not a synthetic or man-made item , Please don't Miss it!It has Shaped Super Big Rosary,With Each Speclal Designation Bead Being Round.Well Kept with no cracks at all.Its appearance and quality are excellent.

Offering for your spiritual life, witness wear, or gift giving, a stunning religious rosary from olden oridental. This Rosaryis so one size Fits most teens/adults,Very stylish and unique, great religious's witness wear, great prayer reminder, and thanks for looking.
I'm sorry due to the limit of my camera, I cannot present the complete beauty of this bead to you. If you have the chance to get this Rosary, please don't forget to admire it under light.This Rosary will become part of your life!

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Ebony (Diospyros ebenum):
also known as India Ebony or Ceylon Ebony depending on its origin, is a tree in the genus Diospyros, native to southern India and Sri Lanka. It is noted for its heavy black, fine-grained heartwood. It is a medium-sized evergreen, reaching 20-25 m tall. The leaves are entire, about 6-15 cm long and 3-5 cm broad. The fruit is a small berry 2 cm diameter, similar to a small persimmon. This slow growing tree is native to dry and intermediate zones.
Ebony heartwood is one of the most intensely black woods known, which, combined with its very high density (it is one of the very few woods that sink in water), fine texture, and ability to polish very smoothly, has made it very valuable as an ornamental wood.


Tibet oxen (Yak) Bone Skull:
This is a Wonderful Skull and Fragrance Bead Rosary. Made with Sandalwood Beads from Tibet with Hand Carved Tibet oxen (Yak) Skulls, which according to legend, represents the bones of Adam, and suggests that through the cross all men may rise to eternal life. The Tibet oxen (Yak) bone skull is remind us that we are not immortal, only Jesus is immortal., and it is to remind us of the crown of thorns that Jesus wore during the Crucifixion. All Tibet oxen (Yak) Bone Skull (6) & Sandalwood Bead Rosary & Cross are Handmade and Designed by me Nun sister.

Yak ( Tibet Royal oxen) :
The yak (Bos grunniens, but also Poephagus grunniens, though this new name is not universally accepted) is a long-haired bovine found throughout the Himalayan region of south Central Asia, the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia. In addition to a large domestic population, there is a small, vulnerable wild yak population. In Tibetan, the word yak refers only to the male of the species; a female is a dri or nak. In most languages which borrowed the word, including English, yak is usually used for both sexes.
Yaks are herd animals. Wild yaks stand about two meters tall at the shoulder and domesticated yaks about one meter. Both types have long shaggy hair to insulate them from the cold. Wild yaks can be brown or black. Domesticated ones can also be white. Both males and females have horns.

Thubten Jigme Norbu, the elder brother of Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, reports on his journey from Kumbum in Amdo to Lhasa in 1950 that:
"Before long I was to see the vast herds of drongs with my own eyes. The sight of those beautiful and powerful beasts who from time immemorial have made their home on Tibet's high and barren plateaux never ceased to fascinate me. Somehow these shy creatures manage to sustain themselves on the stunted grass roots which is all that nature provides in those parts. And what a wonderful sight it is to see a great herd of them plunging head down in a wild gallop across the steppes. The earth shakes under their heels and a vast cloud of dust marks their passage. At nights they will protect themselves from the cold by huddling up together, with the calves in the centre. They will stand like this in a snow-storm, pressed so close together that the condensation from their breath rises into the air like a column of steam. The nomad have occasionally tried to bring up young drongs as domestic animals, but they have never entirely succeeded. Somehow once they live together with human beings they seem to lose their astonishing strength and powers of endurance; and they are no use at all as pack animals, because their backs immediately get sore."

Tibet Royal oxen 1 (Wild yaks):
Wild yaks (Tibetan: drong) can weigh up to 1,200 kg (2,400 lb). They usually form groups of between 10 and 30 animals. Their habitat is treeless uplands like hills, mountains and plateaus between 3,200 m (10,500 ft) and roughly 5,400 m (18,000 ft). They eat grasses, lichens and other plants. They are insulated by dense, close, matted under-hair as well as their shaggy outer hair. Yaks secrete a special sticky substance in their sweat which helps keep their under-hair matted and acts as extra insulation. This secretion is used in traditional Nepalese medicine.

Tibet Royal oxen 2 ( Domesticated yaks) :
Domesticated yaks are kept primarily for their milk, fiber, and meat, and as beasts of burden. They transport goods across mountain passes for local farmers and traders as well as in support of climbing and trekking expeditions; their dung is even burned as fuel. Yak milk is often processed to a cheese called chhurpi in Tibetan and Nepali languages, and byaslag in Mongolia. Often the pack animals are actually crossbreeds of the yak and Bos taurus (common domestic cattle). These are known in Tibetan as dzo or dzopkyo. Yaks grunt, and unlike cattle are not known to produce the characteristic bovine lowing sound.
Yak fibers are soft and smooth, in several colors, including shades of gray, brown, black and white. They are about 1.2 inches long and are combed or shed from the yak and then dehaired. The result is a splendid downy fiber that can be spun into yarn for knitting.

*Tiger Eye Jade( Natural Petrified wood) :
Petrified wood (from the Greek root "petro" meaning "rock" or "stone", literally "wood turned into stone") is a type of fossil: it consists of fossil wood where all the organic materials have been replaced with minerals (most often a silicate, such as quartz), while retaining the original structure of the wood. The petrifaction process occurs underground, when wood becomes buried under sediment. Mineral-rich water flowing through the sediment deposits minerals in the plant's cells and as the plant's lignin and cellulose decay away, a stone mould forms in its place. The wood is preserved due to a lack of oxygen.

Elements such as manganese, iron and copper in the water/mud during the petrification process give petrified wood a variety of color ranges. Pure quartz crystals are colorless, but when contaminants are added to the process the crystals take on a yellow, red or other tint.
Following is a list of contaminating elements and related color hues:
* carbon - black
* cobalt - green/blue
* chromium - green/blue
* copper - green/blue
* iron oxides - red, brown, and yellow
* manganese - pink/orange
* manganese oxides - black

Petrified wood can preserve the original structure of the wood in all its detail, down to the microsopic level. Structures such as tree rings and the various tissues are often observed features.Petrified wood has a Mohs hardness of 7, the same as quartz.Petrified wood is the provincial stone of Alberta and also the state gem of Washington.

Locations:
* Argentina - Considered to be one of the world's best petrified reserves, the Petrified Forest National Monument in Santa Cruz in the Argentine Patagonia has many trees that measure more than 3 m (10 ft) in diameter and 30 m (100 ft) long. Compared to petrified trees in the United States that measure less than 1.8 m (6 ft) in diameter, the trees of the Central Steppes of Argentina are significantly larger.
* Belgium - Geosite Goudberg near Hoegaarden.
* Canada - In the badlands of southern Alberta; petrified wood is the provincial stone of Alberta. Axel Heiberg Island in Nunavut has among the largest petrified forests in the world
* Czech Republic, Nová Paka - The most famous locality on Permian-Carboniferous rocks in the Czech Republic.
* Egypt petfified forest in Cairo-Suez road, declared a national protectorate by the minstery of environment, also in the area of New Cairo at the Extension of Nasr city.
* Greece - Petrified Forest of Lesvos, at the western tip of the island of Lesbos, is possibly the largest of the petrified forests, covering an area of over 150 km?? and declared a National Monument in 1985. Large, upright trunks complete with root systems can be found, as well as trunks up to 22 m in length.
* Libya - Great Sand Sea - Hundreds of square miles of petrified trunks, branches and other debris mixed with Stone Age artifacts.
* United States - Some of the better known petrified wood sites include:
o Escalante Petrified Forest State Park in Utah.
o Ginkgo/Wanapum State Park in Washington State
o Grotto of the Redemption, a private park in Iowa.
o Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona
* Australia - Has vast deposits of petrified and opalised wood.
* India- A geological site famous for its petrified woods Thiruvakkarai Village in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The site is protected by the Geological Survey of India. Petrified woods covers a large area in this site.
* New Zealand - Curio Bay on the Catlins coast contains many petrified wood examples.

* From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrified_wood

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A: Yes, I am selling to you 100% real genuine *Tiger Eye Jade ( Natural Petrified wood)
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A: because I am a original supplier, and my Nun Sister Professional Hand Knotted Each *Tiger Eye Jade ( Natural Petrified wood) Rosary, and offer the finest *Tiger Eye Jade ( Natural Petrified wood) jewelry at very low prices.



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