Stone-free 925 sterling silver pendant. Its surface is partially burnished. The jewelry is of recent workmanship.
Ethnic design with depictions.
Represented is :
The kīla or phurba is a three-sided ritual tool, stake, knife or nail, traditionally associated with Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, Bön and Indian Vedic traditions.
The kīla is associated with the practice of yidam or the meditative deity Vajrakīla (वज्रकील) or Vajrakīlaya (Dorje Tibetan Phurba).
The pommel of the kīla bears three faces of Vajrakīla, one joyful, one peaceful, one irascible.
Kīlas, especially wooden ones are for shamanic healing, harmonization and energy work and often have two nāgas (Sanskrit for snake, serpent and/or dragon, also refers to a class of supernatural entities or deities) intertwined on the blade, reminiscent of the Rod of Asclepius and the Caduceus of Hermes
The jewelry is made of 925 hypoallergenic silver. Its surface is neither treated nor plated so it guarantees its beauty as the years go by.
- Highlights: rounded 3D effect, massive realization, great for men and women
- Source: India
- Method of working: handmade
- Stone(s): without
- Surface: polished burnished
- Material: silver 925
- Representation: PHURBA, NAGA, Vajrakīla
- SKU: ciet112
- Thickness in mm: 10
- Width in mm: 10
- Hook inner diameter in mm: 5
- Height (incl. hook) in mm: 68
Read all about silver treatment, silver care and what we know about silver allergies in our FAQ.
We guarantee long term maintenance assistance for our silverware in an easy and immediate manner via our social channels and Whatsapp
This jewel has been made with artisan and not industrial processes. Small imperfections, depressions and ripples on the surface are deliberately present as a specific characteristic of the product and testify to the special craftsmanship.
The shipping management is done directly by us. We do not use intermediaries or external warehouses.
Shipping times depend on the courier you choose at check-out. See the updated list here
We check the status of your shipment every day (where possible) and report any anomalies.