The Learning to Trust Bracelet features roses in bloom. This design, by Paromita Rai, represents the beautiful transformation she has experienced in her life as she has learned to trust and love more freely and fully. Roses are an ancient symbol of love, compassion, and beauty in both Western and Indian culture.
A bouquet of red roses, often used to show love, is used as a Valentine's Day gift in many countries. In ancient India the cosmic rose, known as Tripurasundari, symbolizes, at the same time, the beauty, the strength and the wisdom of the divine Mother.
In Hinduism and Buddhism, the form of the rose evokes the cup of life or the center of Mandala, a configuration of geometric shapes, which symbolizes a meditational path to Nirvana.
Five sterling silver roses, 1" tall, on handmade chain, adjustable to 7.8".
One silver and one gold plated band with smoky quartz accents. The Ripples Earrings were inspired by the 'ripple effect' - when ripples expand across... View full product details
Hammered sterling silver cuff, fits all wrists, is woven with silver wire and finished with onyx stones. "The gemstone beads woven into the wire of... View full product details