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Traditional Inlaid Bone Wrist Mala

24 reviews   |  
  • Beautiful, traditional-style inlaid bone bead wrist mala!
  • These bone beads are inlaid with turquoise and coral, and copper and white metal for a unique, traditional Tibetan look.
  • These amazing bone beads are handcrafted by artisans who recycle and reuse everything in daily life and spiritual practice. 

Due to the handmade nature of these beads, they have gone through some wear and tear that gives them an almost vintage look.  Nevertheless, these bone beads and their flaws allow us to further reflect upon the Buddhist teachings of impermanence.  They serve as a reminder to live in the present moment; because nothing is permanent, everything is possible.

Adjustable wrist mala measures approximately 6.5 inches around when fully tightened and opens to about 10 inches.  Beads are about 8mm.  Made in Nepal.

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4.9 Based on 24 Reviews
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CA
01/14/2021
Crystal A.
United States United States
It's beautiful.

I have a number of wrist malas from Dharma Shop, and this one has quickly become one of my favorites.

SA
11/04/2020
Stefano A.
Italy Italy
Very Beautiful!

As always i’m completely satisfied with Dharma Shop. The Wrist Mala is very beautiful. Thank You!

MC
10/07/2020
Matthew C.
United States United States
Good Deal

Looks great ! Fine craftmanship

MC
09/30/2020
Matthew C.
United States United States
Wrist Mala

Excellent ! Bought three , kept one for myself and gave away two to good friends. As always , Dharma shop did a great job!

DC
06/11/2020
Dixie C.
Great reminder of impermanence in all circumstances

Exactly as pictured. I love that the color of the bone varies from white to tan to ivory. Every time I see it on my wrist I feel like I had a check in with my dharma practice in the midst of the world. Instead of habitual emotion, I can stop and just extend loving kindness. I'm thankful.

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