Yoga Jewelry, Mala Bracelets, Beaded Crosses

Lewisville, Texas

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Last updated on Aug 4, 2022

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Hand-made Jewelry with a Prayerful Purpose

I've been designing jewelry since 2006. I’m fascinated with the stories behind the great figures of Hindu mythology. Many of my pieces contain images of Ganesh, the god of wisdom and remover of obstacles; Hanuman, the monkey, revered for his courage and strength; and Nataraj, Shiva as the cosmic dancer. I also gain inspiration from the beautiful language of Sanskrit. Several of my pieces include Sanskrit words, phrases or mantras.

My favorite jewelry art medium is PMC (precious metal clay), which arrives to me in clay form. I mold it into a design that inspires me, and fire it at 1200 degrees in a kiln. This burns off the clay binder and leaves a pendant of 99.9% pure silver. My pendants are unique, containing tiny marks and faint fingerprints where I worked and formed the clay. I don’t sand these away because it shows that the pendants are made by hand and are one of a kind.

Every year during the month of September, Moondog donates 54% of all sales of mala bracelets to charity. I do this in honor of the Global Mala, an incredible annual yoga event that was set into motion in 2007 by my teacher, Shiva Rea, to raise awareness and funds for causes that affect our planet.

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  • Susan Reeves

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I'm a vinyasa yoga teacher, and I create jewelry from my home in Texas, where I live with my husband, daughter and son. My work is sold online and at yoga studios in Texas and California.

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Last updated on May 10, 2022
Welcome to my store. I specialize in hand-wired beaded crosses and soldered pendants.

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I ship from the United States. I will ship your item usually the same day that I receive the order. All items will arrive gift-wrapped. For most orders please allow 5 to 10 business days for delivery.

I cannot be responsible for lost packages. Your shipping costs are for regular 1st class mail. If you want insurance (United States) or delivery confirmation (International), please let me know and I will send you an updated invoice for the additional costs.

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