Jewelry Gifts for Mom(456 items)
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These earrings are even prettier than pictured online. They are lightweight, fit securely and unique. I will enjoy them for a long time!
By Kimberly Susan
This pin is gorgeous! It is an actual flower encased in some preservative coating. It is beautiful and makes a lovely gift!
Love! Love! These earrings!
I fell in love with these beautiful earrings the moment I saw them. I wore them everyday. Sadly I lost one while on vacation. I have the other one. Hoping maybe I can find a match someday.
Made Wardika Carved bone and leather jewelry
"My designs are inspired by the rich cultures and art of Bali traditions."
I'm the second of three children and, due to my family's economic situation, I started working when I was 11 years old to pay for school.... read more
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Rose Quartz Prayer Beaded Necklace Hindu Jewelry, "Pray"
Rituu honors Hinduism and Buddhism with a glistening that is crafted by hand with rose quartz, the love stone. 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 440 gemstone carats.
Gold Plated Gemstone Necklace with Prasiolite and Amethyst, "Golden Age"$260.10
The golden age of Indian jewelry arrived with the Mughal emperors in the 16th century. From turban to toe, rulers and their courtiers wore countless gemstones. So-called "sumptuary laws" even prevented anyone who wasn't a member of the royal family from wearing jewels. This necklace captures a small facet of that splendor with a collection of dazzling gems encircled in 14k gold plated sterling silver. Blue topaz, amethyst, prasiolite and smoky quartz are joined in an intriguing and subtle color combination.
Flores Blue Topaz Earrings, "Flores"
The tropical fruit called rambutan is one of the official flowers of the Indonesian state of Kalimantan. It is the inspiration for the design of these traditional Indonesian earrings, made with handcrafted sterling silver and faceted blue topaz, December's birthstone and believed to be a stone of love and affection.