- Depicts double Vajra and Buddha Eyes
- Made of sterling silver and turquoise
- Coral and lapis lazuli accents
- Pendant diameter: 1.2 inches
- Made in Nepal
Dorje or Vajra in the original Sanskrit translates both as "adamantine" and "thunderbolt". A Buddhist ritual object resembling a small scepter, it symbolizes the eternal quality of a diamond - an extremely durable substance that cuts but cannot be cut - and the overwhelming force of the thunderbolt. In non-material terms, these qualities represent the resolute spirit and great power.
Handmade in Nepal by artisans working with natural materials. Variations in size, shape and finish may be present making each piece a unique work of art.