Buddha Inscribed Prehnite Jewelry
Sale Price (non-members): $19.99 - $79.99
Sale Price (members): $17.99 - $71.99
Original Price: $25.00 - $95.00
This statement collection includes an exclusive Buddha Inscribed Prehnite Necklace with matching Bracelet and Pierced Earrings. Usually apple green in color, prehnite is the first mineral to be named for a person. Dutch Colonel Hendrik Von Prehn, mineralogist early governor of the Cape of Good Hope colony, discovered prehnite in what is now a province of South Africa in the early 18th century. This Buddha Inscribed Prehnite Jewelry ensemble features doublets of black frosted glass beads, inscribed with Buddha in Chinese script, to compliment the naturally occurring inclusions of black epidote in the polished and faceted 15mm prehnite nuggets. Matching prehnite dangles with stainless steel ear wires complete the Buddha Inscribed Prehnite ensemble. Hand knotted necklace and bracelet; stainless steel findings. Natural variations ensure each Buddha Inscribed Prehnite Necklace, Bracelet and Pierced Earring will be one of a kind.
Buddha Inscribed Prehnite Necklace Orig. $95.00 NOW $79.99 (Members $71.99)
Buddha Inscribed Prehnite Stretch Bracelet Orig. $45.00 NOW $34.99 (Members $31.49)
Buddha Inscribed Prehnite Pierced Earrings Orig. $25.00 NOW $19.99 (Members $17.99)
Asian artifacts reside in the Smithsonian’s Freer or Sackler Galleries. The Freer Gallery of Art contains an extensive collection of Asian art, prints, sculpture and silk panels. The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, which includes a significant collection of hanging Chinese scrolls, shares its curatorial and educational facilities with the Freer Gallery of Art.
Every Smithsonian purchase will arrive with a museum provenance card explaining how it is adapted from or inspired by an object or objects in our collection.
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