🧘🏻♂️Oh, stony fruit beauty, enchanting, protective, and used to commune with deity: Unique. One-of-a-kind pop of color. Perfect for the Fall: 🕉 A chunky, faceted Carnelian anchors one half of cinnamon-red Rudraksha seeds with carnelians and brass accents with a complementary half, made of striped, pastel blue Java Goose berry beads (delightful glass beads handcrafted on the island of Java), interspersed with moonstones and 18k vermeil tubes.
- Ancient beauty: In sanskrit language, Rudra is another name for god Shiva and ksha means “teardrops”, so Rudraksha can be translated as “teardrops of Shiva“. "Rudraksha refers to a stonefruit, the dried stones of which are used as prayer beads by Hindus, as well as by Buddhists and Sikhs. When they are ripe, rudraksha stones are covered by an inedible blue outer fruit so they are sometimes called "blueberry beads."
Total length: 15-18 inches; including 14k gold-fill extender chain with a 14k-gold-fill NK authenticity tag.
Earrings: May we suggest these Moroccan Gemstone classic ones or just gold?
- Layering: If you like the Giving Hand seen here & "my personal go-to," click here.