Malas bracelets are also called lucky bracelets or Tibetan bracelets. This jewelry trend is Buddhist. The bracelets are made of natural wood beads and semi-precious stones. Sometimes a pendant or a symbolic pearl representing the lotus, the buddha, or the tree of life enriched the composition.

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Origin of our malas bracelets

Our malas bracelets come straight from Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Mahesh is our craftsman-partner for a few years. Together we create the models, sharing multiple teas and discussions!

Fine stones

The semi-precious stones of our malas bracelets, also called gemstones or gems, come for the most part from the region where the jewels are made. You will find a lot of turquoise, moonstone, labradorite, rose quartz, natural agates and many more. For some bracelets we use wood beads and lotus and tari seeds. The bracelets are strong and proven. For each creation, a particular attention was made to the choice of the stones and the finishings, in order to offer jewels of quality and perennial.


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