Labradorite Hiç Cedarwood Mala

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The beads of this mala are Cedarwood, one of the most ancient trees. It is known for its lightness, grain and sweet earthy fragrance. These Cedarwood beads are from Konya, Turkey, the home of the great sage and poet, Rumi.

A beautiful mala with the intricate and delicate bronze pendant of Hiç, a Sufi symbol meaning ‘nothing’. It has a large Labradorite stone and 4 mala beads of Prehnite.

 

108 beads, 8mm diameter  |  82cm length (excluding stone and pendant)

Only 6 left in stock

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Description

Divya is a talented craftswoman who works with great patience, sensitivity and attention, all exquisitely reflected in her jewellery. Her works are called creAleph as they are inspired from the geometry of God’s creation, and they incorporate many symbols and themes of ancient traditions. Divya handmakes the bronze pendants in her malas and uses natural wood beads from ancient cities, rich with history and tradition, as well as stunning pieces of gemstone.

Bronze is a metal which can change colour such as become slightly darker or more shiny depending on the environment and wear. To enhance shine, the bronze can be rubbed with sodium bicarbonate and lemon. Note that exposure to salt water can cause the bronze to rust.