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Green Jade Lotus KWAN-YIN Hold Vessel Amulet Pendant
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Green Jade Lotus KWAN-YIN Hold Vessel Amulet Pendant

Delicately carved KuanYin blood jade Amulet pendant in vintage style! KuanYin (also spelled Guan Yin or Kwan Yin) is the Goddess of Mercy, who protects both humans and animals in need. She sometimes in depicted pouring water from a vessel into the mouth of a thirsty dragon. In this depiction she sits on lotus seat, holds that vessel in her hand as a representation of her acts of kindness. She's carved in fabulous detail on the front and is wonderfully smooth on the back to lay beautifully against your skin. The Chinese partial tone of "KuanYin Holds Vessel" means: God shall preserve you from all harm. There are two types available: red or green, and the picture shows the green one.

Blood jade is a kind of very special jade, as it is believed to be very powerful in warding off evils! Look at the carving details, absolutely excellent craftsmanship!

Jade is known as the "dream stone" and a "stone of fidelity". It brings realization to ones potential and devotion to ones purpose. In China, it is believed to be a symbol of tranquility and wisdom, to possess YANG (the vital masculine principal), and to impart immortality. Jade prevents nightmares, heals many diseases, and prolongs life, attracts love and good luck.

A great Amulet pendant with fabulous detailed carvings! Perfect for you or your beloved one for all the protections! Why wait?

Product Number
tb1_0670
KuanYin Pendant size 50 * 39 * 8 mm roughly
Material Natural Blood Jade
Color Green or Red

Note: all of our blood jade Amulet pendant has a hole at the edge for threading.

The hand made nature of the product will produce minor differences in design, color and sizing. Subtle variations will occur from piece to piece, adding to its unique qualities.

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