This pendant is hand crafted from organic recycled coconut shell the inlay is pearl. This pendant hangs on an adjustable cotton cord. This particular piece took me approximately five hours to hand carve as it is very intricate.
Like all my jewellery it is finished to a very high quality. I use five different grains of sand paper to polish the coconut shell so that it is not only beautifully shiny but also extremely tactile.
This necklace can be worn in the shower or when you are swimming in the sea.
CONCH SHELL MEANING
The conch shell also known as the shankha in sanskritis and dung dkar in Tibetan a much respected object in Indian and Tibetan culture and has great religious importance in both Hinduism and Buddhism. The Shankha is said to ward off evil, avert natural disasters and scare away poisonous creatures and is believed to be a symbol of authority and power. The Buddhists make use of conch shell to announce important religious assemblies. The Tibetan Buddhists use the conch shell as a musical instrument, and also as a carrier of holy water during religious ceremonies. The Conch shell is an emblem that proclaims the truth of the dharma. The conch shell is one of the eight auspicious symbols of Buddhism, the Ashtamangala, and represents the pervasive sound of Buddhism.
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