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Victory Banner Gau Pendant Ashtamangala 8 Auspicious Symbols Blue Quartz Turquoise Necklace Earrings Sale

by trishnajewelry

The Eight Auspicious Symbols, ashtamangala, are the symbols of offering within the Buddhist tradition. At one time, the eight symbols of Indian royalty probably were an endless knot, a throne, a knot, a vase (filled with jewels), a water flask, a bowl, a handprint, and two fish.

The banner of victory, or dhvaja, symbolizes the Buddha's victory over the hindrances to enlightenment. Originally it was the banner of Shiva; and associated with fertility. It is another name for the khatvanga, or skull-topped staff carried by such deities as Padmasambhava or Guru Rinpoche.

The sterling banner is approximately 1 1/2-inch tall and wide. Gaus are prayer boxes, and this one open from the back. It hangs on faceted 4mm blue quartz and turquoise and Balinese sterling spacers for a spectacular necklace! Sterling claw clasp and turquoise dangle. Approximately 17-inches long.

These gaus are hard to find in good condition, and the backs are dented on all of these to some extent but fit snug. I show the worse case on the right. They are beautiful on the front, and hard to find, so I am merely warning you about the back! This one has similar dent.

Earrings are 4mm blue quartz and turquoise and Balinese sterling spacers, approximately 3/8-inch below the French sterling hooks.

Will be shipped USPS priority mail including insurance.

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