Ghau Pendant from Nepal, Traditional Prayer Box Pendant from Nepal Decorated with Nepalese Symbols Lapis and Red Coral Cabochons
This is a traditional style prayer box pendant, (Ghau) from Nepal. It was handmade by an artist in Katmandu, Nepal. The Ghau is fabricated from an unknown metal alloy, is silver plated and decorated with a center of lapis and red coral.
This is the perfect place to store a small treasure that you can keep and wear next to your heart.
Length from bail to tip is 2"
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Many of the things you will find in my shop are vintage, ethnic items. Please keep in mind that these are often made by primitive people under primitive circumstances and are rarely what we would consider to be perfect. There may be mismatched jewels, a definite patina and often there are irregularities in the metal. This is common and should be expected with this type of jewelry. I leave the patina in place for those who prefer an aged appearance. Most items can be polished with a mild jewelry cleaner if that is your preference.