The skull mala represents the impermanence of life and the limits of human knowledge. This representation beckons us to reflect upon the inevitability of death and invites us to seek a more compassionate life.
Gold electroplated hematite for focus, concentration, willpower, trust, stability and balance.
Antique Afghan coin.
LENGTH: ~ 18in. and the pendant hangs down an additional ~1.2in.
Old hand made currency ring from Nigeria for wealth and prosperity. Silver and brass Ethiopian trade beads. Antique wood coins. A small brass bell from India for reminding us that each day is a celebration. Three fossilized mammoth bone beads from Indonesia (1.9 million years old).
This necklace is gushing with earthy textures. The patina of hand made mixed metals from around the world is simply satisfying to look at. This is truly a necklace you can wear every day. It looks great on any gender!
A Large Smokey Quartz for defending against harm and activating survival instincts dangles gracefully by the support of an Old Nigerian Brass Wedding Ring and a rustic silver plated double ringed chain. A warm hand made antique Celebratory bell from Africa neighbors a Vintage Coin found in the Grand Bazar in Istanbul.
The patina resting on this mixture of cool and warm metals blends perfectly to accompany the soft textures of fall sweaters.
This bold statement piece is as strong in body as it is subtle in volume. The sparkling edge of the crystal complement the masculine uniform shape of the Old African Vinyl Trade Beads.
The natural crystal that sits at the center of this necklace promotes cleansing and balancing energies. Raw crystal is said to harness the energy of the stars and bring it into the soul. Gold and silver Ethiopian Trade Beads. Black African Vinyl. Basalt for a deeper connection to the earth. Hand made brass clasp from Bali and an old Kuchi coin from the Middle East.