We found this antique silver necklace on our last trip to Ladakh, India. It is a wonderful handmade sterling silver necklace with tremendously detailed craftsmanship; the best quality we found the entire trip.
With a long chain and antique silver weathering, this handmade necklace is an elegant piece!
This work by celebrated artist Lok Chitrakar is of Akshobhaya, who is often called the Immovable Buddha because he is immovable in his vow to never feel anger or disgust toward another being. This beautiful paubha, or thangka, is one in a series of the Five Dhyani, or Wisdom, Buddhas. The Five Dhanyi Buddhas each represent a different aspect of enlightened consciousness to aid in spiritual transformation. This stunning piece displays Chitrakar’s mastery of the 13th-16th century Newar Design style through its precise lines and use of traditional iconography.
Mahakala Fine Arts has produced this Collector's Edition print so that you can collect this museum quality work of art. This print is limited to a series of 100. They are printed on thick archival paper in the same quality used by top museums worldwide.
With your 50 cm (20 inch) print you will receive an authentication card, numbered and signed by the artist using his Nepali mark.
Mahakala Fine Arts donates a portion of all print sales to social programs in the Himalaya.
This elegant bracelet is handmade with the highest grade red Italian coral, often called 'precious coral,' from the island of Sardinia. Coral has been valued for centuries and has been worn for protection from harm and increasing energy, inner peace and strength.
You can choose whether you want 100% coral, or would like to have two old Tibetan turquoise stones adorn the adjustable closure. Both bracelets are simple, allowing the beauty of the intensely red coral to shine brightly.
A flash of red will add color to any outfit and may provide a burst of energy!