Spring Good Luck(31 items)
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Dainty and Delightful
A petite necklace perfect for a little girl or a woman who wants a small delicate piece that can be worn separately, or as part of a layered look due to length.
Beautifully made by an amazing artist. The gemstone has such a soothing appearance. My favorite necklace.
Now this is over 5 years
We love this teapot, we have been using it every day for the past 5 years. we have the same handle. If something happened to this teapot, I would immediately buy another one.
Putu Oka Mahendra Ceramic tableware and decor
Oka Mahendra opened a showroom in memory of his mother... She was a woman full of energy and highly self-confident.
Popular Spring Good Luck
Men's Handcrafted Sterling Silver Pendant Jade Necklace, "Invincible"$89.99
Set on sterling silver, a green jade fang symbolizes a person's ability to overcome adversity. According to Maya customs, fangs represent animals of night, and beating them means beating one's darkest fears. Wearing the fang thus represented channeling the creature's energies and becoming invincible. Known as to the ancient Maya, jade was regarded as a sacred symbol of life, fertility and power.
.925 Sterling silver
Handcrafted Ceramic Teapot, "Buddha and Sapphire Elephant"$49.99
In Southeast Asia it is said that when Buddha's mother was about to give birth, she dreamt a white elephant came to her offering a lotus, symbol of purity and knowledge. When Buddha is depicted riding an elephant, it is believe it will bring good luck and health. Putu Oka Mahendra transforms legend into a mesmerizing ceramic teapot featuring a rattan handle.
Unique Sterling Silver Pendant Jade Necklace, "Green Sacred Quetzal"$104.99
Resplendent in sterling silver, the quetzal bird was believed to be the god of air by the ancient Maya. Today it is Guatemala's national symbol. Classed as a near threatened species, a quetzal hides behind a green jade pendant. Zandra Lorena Sajbin handcrafts her original necklace in honor of ancient traditions.
.925 Sterling silver
Wood Alebrije Tree Frog Sculpture from Mexico, "Lithe Tree Frog"
Working in the folk art style of sculptures, Mexican duo Pablo and Lucy Mendez create this striking addition to your home decor. Carved of copal wood and painted by hand with dot motifs in fiery tones of red, yellow, and orange, a lithe tree frog splays its limbs.
Alebrijes are a fairly recent Mexican art form, attributed to Pedro Linares. Unconscious due to illness in 1936, he was presumed near death and yet his dreams were extremely vivid. He tells of a place where all was peaceful and quiet until all of a sudden there appeared a lion with an eagle's head, a rooster with bull's horns and a donkey with butterfly wings. They kept screeching "alebrije, alebrije!" and Pedro began running away. He encountered a man who told him it was not yet his time to be there are and he should continue running towards the exit. In this dream Pedro climbed out of a window and regained consciousness.