Tibetan Jewellery

Most Tibetan pendants are actually crafted in Nepal. Many of the artists who craft these pendants are refugees, or descendants of refugees, who fled Tibet when Chinese forces invaded in the 1950s. The pendants produced in Nepal reflect a rich blend of religions.

Common materials used in Tibet pendants include turquoise and coral. The blue turquoise symbolizes the sea and the sky to some people, and infinity and limitless ascension to others. Coral represents passion, gifts from the ocean, and eternal foundation. It is also associated with good fortune, protective qualities, and longevity.

Tibetan pendants are said to bring luck, harmony, and peace to the wearer.

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