A Tibetan ethnic pendant
A sterling grade silver Tibetan conch shell ethnic pendant. The conch shell is one of the eight sacred Buddhist symbols or “Ba Bao” or “Tashi Tagye” it is said to be “the voice of Buddha” and is often used in tribal jewellery. The pendant is decorated with a silver dear motif on the front and a fish on the back and with floral motifs around the edge. The chain bale is bezel set with a round coral cabochon. The pendant measures 45 x 52 x 16.5 mm and weighs 31.5 gm. If you would like a silver necklet chain to go with this piece please see Tribal Necklaces.
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