Carved for us by special commission. Only one available!
A rare gemstone amulet that displays a stone carving of the Buddha Akshobhya. It has been beautifully framed with hand beaten 22 kt gold in the ancient Roman style. This gorgeous blue aquamarine displays a vibrant iridescence and it seems to glow from within when moved in the light. There is a suspension hoop at the apex to allow it to be strung on a necklace.
Aquamarine is a blue or cyan variety of beryl. This piece is polished smooth on the reverse side and the other side (which faces outwards) displays the hand carved Akshobhya Buddha. There is a suspension hoop at the apex to allow it to be strung on a chain or necklace.
Buddha Akshobhya (Tibetan: Mitrugpa) is one of the principle Dhyani Buddhas. The name Akshobya means 'immovable one' and he is seen here holding a Vajra or Dorje, the principle symbol of the Vajra family. He represents the transformation of anger or hatred into mirror-like wisdom.
Material: All natural gemstone Aquamarine
and 22 kt hand beaten gold frame
height (including suspension hoop) approx 26 mm
width approx 17 mm
weight 4.9 grams