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Oxidized Copper thai Pendant

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One of my all time favorite pendants from our last trip to Bangkok. Hand made in Thailand by Buddhist monks to raise money for their Wats (temple)

1 inch tall. Does not come with waxed cord, you can select waxed cord with this pendant and loop it through as pictured.

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05/13/2014
Alrick Magnin

Amazing Buddha pendant.

I've been looking for a Buddha pendant for a long time, and I have to say that I'm not disappointed. This is exactly the kind of fine, ancient-looking pendant that I was looking for. It's very charming, and the Thai scriptures at the back add a special touch of authenticity. It's already around my neck, and I feel it will stay there for a long time. Plus the shipment to France was extra fast. I highly recommend Dharmashop for its ethics and the quality of its products.Namaste.

CG
03/24/2014
Charles G.

5 stars is not enough

This pendant is far and away my favorite purchase- I would give it more stars if I could. I can't really say much about the appearance that one can't get from looking at the picture, other than that it is quite small (which is great for everyday wear, and what I wanted). What I can say is that this is a really special piece; it has so much charm and, in its own way, "personality." So far I've gotten one for myself and another to give as a gift - I will be buying more to give to others as well.

MM
05/24/2013
mara m.

looks like an ancient treasure!

I purchased this for my husbands birthday...I wanted something simple and masculine, but unique. This little pendant has the most wonderful "old" feel to it. It's heavy and decent sized, not delicate....yet not TOO big.It looks like something brought back from an archaeological expedition...a real treasure!

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