- Kāelā, Sanskrit for “Rock”
- Eco-friendly, fair trade item hand made in the Himalayan Mountains by Tibetan refugees
- 10 mm textured yak bone mala beads inlaid with coral, turquoise and recycled brass strung on an adjustable wax cord
- This unisex jewelry piece can be paired with a watch, leather bracelet or other beaded bracelets to add a vintage, bohemian look to any outfitPart of our Nepal Collection, each item in this collection is fair trade and made by hand by a community of women Tibetans refugees living in the Himalayan mountain regions of Nepal. Jewelry serves as a symbol of spirituality in the Tibetan culture and serves as the main source of income for the refugees.
|Dimensions||3 × 3 × 1 cm|
Kāelā, Sanskrit for “Rock”
|How to wear|
To open, hold the bracelet at its base (not the strands) with both hands and simply pull apart. To close, hold one strand of rope in the palm of the hand wearing the bracelet and tighten by pulling the second strand with the other hand.
The traditional craftsmanship techniques used in hand carving each bead result in slight irregularities such as wear patterns and chiseled sections. The minor variations in shape and colour provide the rustic, vintage feel to our collection and make every piece a labour of love and a work of art.