Blue Beaded Necklaces(335 items)
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Popular Blue Beaded Necklaces
Thai Handmade Lapis Lazuli Necklace with Pearl Clusters, "Heaven's Gift"
Gray cultured pearls cluster on an opulent lapis lazuli strand for a beautiful contrast of color and texture. By Sasina in Thailand, this lovely beaded necklace is crafted by hand.
.925 Sterling silver plated clasp and extender
Handmade Sterling Silver and Lapis Lazuli Beaded Necklace, "Elegance"
The September birthstone, lapis lazuli, is captivating in a necklace from India's Narayani. With her flair for feminine beauty, she presents a single strand of the gold-flecked deep blue gems. Sterling silver beads punctuate the lovely design.
.925 Sterling silver
Artisan Crafted Sodalite Prayer Bead Necklace, "Pray"$49.99
Rituu honors Hinduism and Buddhism with a glistening that is crafted by hand with sodalite, gem of inner peace. Also known as prayer beads or rosary, it consists of 108 or beads, sometimes 109, which are flicked with the thumb during or meditation. That way the person may concentrate fully on repeating mantras. In Buddhism, the 108 beads represent the human passions, while in Hinduism their symbolism is more complex. The number may refer to the names of Vishnu and Shiva in the Mahabharat; the 108 Upanishads; the number of deities of knowledge and various sciences; and the various permutations of the soul's defects, amongst others.
According to Hindu custom, the correct way to hold the jap mala is with the right hand, draped over the middle finger and using the thumb to flick through the beads. Since it is believed the index finger represents ego, the greatest impediment to self-realization, it is best avoided when chanting on a mala.
This jap mala features 325 gemstone carats.