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Grey Woven Pearl Necklace with Hand Carved Ganesha Pendant

$239.00

This Ganesh is hand carved in a family workshop in Nepal from ethically sourced bone and white bronze.  In typical Nepali style, the back of the pendant features a carp fish with flora details.  Large baroque freshwater cultured grey pearls are strung on a sturdy lanyard and finished with a detailed pearl clasp and oxidized lobsterclaw and sterling silver cable chain.

Designed and hand-made in Woodbury, CT USA.  All manufactured components (clasps and chain) are made in the USA. Hand carved pendant ethically sourced from Nepal.  Reiki infused.  

Necklace measures 25" at shortest and 32" at longest.

Ganesh is the Hindu god of Luck and traditionally the remover of  obstacles.  After losing his head in an accidental encounter, he was gifted his new elephant head by the mother of a baby elephant.  His trunk is the symbol of the "Om", the universal life vibration that moves through all things.  Ganesh is one of the most cherished gods in the Hindu religion.

Regular price $239.00

This Ganesh is hand carved in a family workshop in Nepal from ethically sourced bone and white bronze.  In typical Nepali style, the back of the pendant features a carp fish with flora details.  Large baroque freshwater cultured grey pearls are strung on a sturdy lanyard and finished with a detailed pearl clasp and oxidized lobsterclaw and sterling silver cable chain.

Designed and hand-made in Woodbury, CT USA.  All manufactured components (clasps and chain) are made in the USA. Hand carved pendant ethically sourced from Nepal.  Reiki infused.  

Necklace measures 25" at shortest and 32" at longest.

Ganesh is the Hindu god of Luck and traditionally the remover of  obstacles.  After losing his head in an accidental encounter, he was gifted his new elephant head by the mother of a baby elephant.  His trunk is the symbol of the "Om", the universal life vibration that moves through all things.  Ganesh is one of the most cherished gods in the Hindu religion.