Tiny Gold Buddha
Tiny Gold Buddha

$650 | Buddha is depicted in many poses. Here we see a figure of the Teaching Buddha. The soles of his feet upturned, his hands raised before his chest in the gesture of elucidation and his face in a meditative expression with downcast eyes. This tiny Buddha was cast in solid 22kt. gold. The charm hangs from a 1mm oxidized cable chain with orange sapphire beads and pearls. The clasp is a lobster claw. The Buddha measures 15mm x 7mm

Tiny Elephant Pendant
Tiny Elephant Pendant

$165 | The Elephant is a powerful symbol of strength, royalty, connection to ancient wisdom, removal of obstacles, patience, gentleness and communication in relationships. This tiny elephant was carved in wax, cast in solid sterling silver and then oxidized black. The elephant hangs on a 14 kt. gold loop from a 1mm oxidized, sterling snake chain. Whimsical and sweet, he would make a great addition to your charm collection. Available with chain or as a single charm.

Hanuman Cufflink
Hanuman Cufflink

$235. | Shri Hanuman is a provider of courage, hope, knowledge, intellect and devotion. He is usually pictured as a strong monkey holding a gada (mace) which is a sign of his bravery. Hanuman is one of the most humble, popular and beloved gods in India. These playful cufflinks were cast in solid sterling silver. A rough finish was applied and then each piece was oxidized black to produce a dramatic affect. Each cufflink measures approx. one half inch in diameter.

Vajra Pendant
Vajra Pendant

$165 | Vajra is a Sanskrit word meaning both thunderbolt and diamond. It symbolizes both the properties of a diamond (indestructibility) and a thunderbolt (irresistible force). It often represents firmness of spirit and spiritual power. In this necklace a Vajra symbol was cast in solid sterling silver. The pendant slides on a cable chain from an 18kt gold loop. The chain does not have a clasp and is simply slipped over one's head. After completion all was oxidized black.

Monkey Necklace
Monkey Necklace

$400 | Shri Hanuman is the symbol of devotion and dedication. He is a provider of courage, hope, knowledge, intellect and devotion. He is usually pictured as a strong monkey holding a gada (mace) which is a sign of his bravery. Hanuman is one of the most humble, popular and beloved gods in India. In this necklace a sterling silver Hanuman symbol is combined with rough cut diamond beads. A tiny 1.5mm white diamond is playfully qypsy set above his right knee.

Alms Buddha
Alms Buddha

$210 | Buddha is depicted in many poses. Here we see the "Alms Collecting Buddha". In this pose Buddha is standing with legs together, arms bent at elbows and is holding an alms bowl. Cast in solid oxidized sterling silver.

Horus Keyring
Horus Keyring

$250 } According to mythology, Horus was said to be the sky, he was considered to also contain the sun and moon. It became said that the sun was his right eye and the moon his left, and that they traversed the sky when he, a falcon, flew across it. In this piece a hand carved falcon charm is suspended from a key ring to a hand made sterling chain. The solid sterling falcon has a 2mm white diamonds flush set into each eye. After assembly this piece was oxidized black.

Tiny Silver Buddha
Tiny Silver Buddha

$175 | Buddha is depicted in many poses. Here we see a figure of the Teaching Buddha. The soles of his feet upturned, his hands raised before his chest in the gesture of elucidation and his face in a meditative expression with downcast eyes. In this necklace a tiny depiction of Buddha was cast in sterling silver. The pendant was oxidized to highlight the details. The charm hangs from a 1mm 14kt white gold cable chain.

Tiny Elephant Cufflinks
Tiny Elephant Cufflinks

$250 | The Elephant is a powerful symbol of strength, royalty, connection to ancient wisdom, removal of obstacles, gentleness and communication in relationships. In these charming cufflinks two tiny elephants were cast in sterling silver. A solid silver ball and chain was then attached. All of the connecting parts are soldered for strength. After completion all was oxidized black.

Garuda and Vishnu
Garuda and Vishnu

$245 | The image of Garuda is often used as a charm or amulet of protection. In this piece Garuda carries Vishnu in a symbol of protection and the sharing of knowledge and wisdom. This ring was hand carved in wax and then cast in solid sterling silver. The eyes of Garuda are set with .9mm natural blue sapphires. After completion the ring was oxidized black.

Lakshmi Earring
Lakshmi Earring

$210 | Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual. The word ''Lakshmi'' is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksme, meaning "goal." Lakshmi, therefore, represents the goal of life, which includes worldly as well as spiritual prosperity. These earrings were cast in solid sterling silver. A 14 kt. gold loop was soldered on to each earring before being oxidized black. The earrings feature 14kt gold ear wires.

Eye Pendant
Eye Pendant

$165 | The symbol of an all-seeing eye can be traced back to Egyptian mythology and the Eye of Horus. It also appears in Buddhism, where Buddha is regularly referred to as the "Eye of the World" In this pendant a engraved symbol of an eye was cast into sterling silver. An 18kt. gold loop was soldered to the charm. After oxidized the piece was attached to a delicate 1mm snake chain which contains a tiny lobster claw clasp..

Oxidized Eye Earrings
Oxidized Eye Earrings

$210 | The imagery of an all-seeing eye can be traced back to Egyptian mythology and the Eye of Horus. It also appears in Buddhism, where Buddha is regularly referred to as the "Eye of the World" In these earrings the symbol of an eye was engraved into oxidized sterling silver. The earrings feature 14kt gold ear wires.

Deity

Collection

A deity is a natural or supernatural being considered divine or sacred, a being with powers greater than those of ordinary humans.  A male deity is a god, while a female deity is a goddess. 

A deity can be represented by a symbol or in an animal form.