Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace
Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace
Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace
Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace
Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace
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Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace

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Wedding necklace, 108 Fresh Water Pearl and Swarovski Crystal Mala, hand knotted and finished with a fire-polished glass bead and Swarovski pearl. Promotes feminine energy.

This beautiful Fresh Water Pearl Mala Necklace is hand-knotted with silk beading thread and finished with a fire polished guru bead and a creamy Swarovski pearl. Specially designed with your wedding in mind. Pearls are known to help women connect with their inner goddess. Each bead is hand knotted for strength and durability. Wear it alone, layer with other necklaces or wrap around your wrist for a look all your own. This is an original MulkaArts design.

- Length: Approx. 46cm
- 108 - 6 mm freshwater pearls
- 16 - 3 Swarovski crystals
- 1 - Fire-polished glass bead
- 1 - 1.5 mm Swarovski pearl
- Natural silk string (cream)

Your purchase will include Mala bag, perfect for giving as a gift.

Pearls have been known for their healing properties for centuries, particularly in traditional Asian medical systems. In these cultures, “medicine” deals with more than just physical ailments and cures.

Pearls are said to give the wearer a sense of calmness and centeredness and to promote faith, loyalty, truth, and purity. They can especially enhance personal integrity. They have also been used in a number of cultures to help women connect with their “inner goddesses” and obtain the ultimate “feminine energy.”

Freshwater pearls are cultivated in mussels rather than oysters, and most of the world’s supply are farmed in the lakes, rivers, and ponds of China, often along the Chang Jiang (Yangtze) river. The history of the Chinese Freshwater Pearl is vast. It has been reported that in 2206 BC, pearls from fresh sources were already being paid as tributes, and descriptions about them can be seen in records such as the Chinese dictionary ‘Kangxizidian’, which dates back to the 18th century.

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NOTE: Because natural products are being used to make this jewelry please keep in mind there can be color variations in the stone and natural markings. I will not use anything that I don't think will look good. The jewelry that is in the picture is the exact jewelry you will receive unless noted otherwise.