women's healing ganesha mala bracelet, made with african turquoise, genuine baltic amber, and bronze indian ganesha charm. this new piece has been over a year in the making, from the design and production of our own antique bronze beads, to the design of our new bronze pendants and charms. i am so excited about these!!!
this piece is also available with any of the following charms listed from top left:
Indian Ganesha (as pictured)
lotus, hamsa, om (top)
Ganesha, buddha head, buddha (bottom)
african turquoise is a stone of protection and grounding, gentleness and relaxation, tranquility and ease, and gentle change. it balances yin and yang energies, sustains and supports through times of stress, brings peace and emotional healing, and protects while absorbing negative energy. it attracts friendship, love, luck, prosperity, and happiness.
like diamonds, true amber takes millions of years to be created. amber is the ancient resin of trees once it has gone through a number of changes over a period of tens of millions of years. the age of amber can be between 35 and 140 million years old and can be found in many countries, but the baltic sea region contains 95% of the world's amber. it is known for its beauty and quality. its color, warmth, and electrical properties have earned it a reputation as a protective and calming stone. it can absorb negative energy, has been used to help the body to heal itself, and supports a sunny disposition, happiness, courage, good luck, and manifestation. it has also been used to dispel depression.
small - fits a 5.75" - 6.25" wrist
medium - fits a 7" - 7.5" wrist
8mm beads. 18 mala prayer beads. strung on strong stretch cord. made with antique bronze accents and solid bronze indian ganesha charm. small size includes the amber beads in the count, while the medium size does not include them in the count. please also note that african turquoise can vary in color from aqua blues to blue grays and blue greens. some may have more black striations within them. this design originally listed 5/2014.