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GPendant001 $55
Conch Silver Symbols
Beautiful Tibetan conch shell pendant features 8 (good luck) symbols of Tibet and Nepal, also called the 8 auspicious symbols of Buddha - which commemorate the gifts offered by celestial beings to Shakyamuni Buddha after his attainment of enlightenment. 14 x 54 x 61 mm

GPendant002 $25
Red Garnet Cross
Beautiful Red Garnet Cross pendant necklace 2.25” H x 1.25” W

GPendant005 $15
Hand-Carved Buddha
Hand-Carved Carnelian Buddha Head Pendant 1.25” high


GPendant006 $25
Sale $20!
Inlaid Double Dorje-Om
Two-sided pendant with Double Dorje & Om symbol, inlaid with turquoise and red coral cabochons.

GPendant009 $25
Filo-Lapis Pendant
Artistically designed pendant is made of Filo pottery with amethyst inlay and genuine lapis pendant 1.5” H x 3/4 W

GPendant012 $65
Sale $55!
Large Chank Shell Pendant
Shiny brass pendant features a large Chank shell set in a scalloped bezel. Inlaid with Turquoise and Lapis Lazuli stones and finely tooled brass designs. Measures just under 3” wide and ± 2" long. Kathmandu, Nepal


GPendant013 $55
Brass Red Agate
Rich Red Agate pendant set in brass repousse with turquoise. Handmade by Tibetan/Nepal artisans. Agate measures approx 2” diameter.

GPendant015 $55
Sale $45!
Turquoise/Lapis Lazuli
A very special item! This elaborately designed bronze pendant is set with Turquoise and Lapis Lazuli. Made by Tibetan artisans living in Nepal.

GPendant017 $55
Sale $45!
Bronze-Turquoise Pendant
Beautiful and intricately designed turquoise, red coral and bronze pendant. Nepal. 3’ x 2.5”

GPendant018 $65
Sale $45! Save $20!
Large Lapis Pendant
High-quality, large lapis lazuli gemstone set in Tibetan Silver with Turquoise and coral inlays. Tibetan artisan. ± 2” bail to bail.

GPendant019 $65
Sale $45! Save $20!
Large Dzi Bead Pendant
Natural Dzi Bead stone set into an intricately designed brass pendant. Turquoise and coral inlay. Tibetan artisan.

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