Jewelry and Blessings with Buddha Mama Jewelry

We’re once again happy to discover and share with you another wonderful jewelry designer; one that features handmade, luxury jewelry inspired by Buddhism and Eastern traditions of spirituality and positivity. Welcome to the world of Buddha Mama Jewelry where every beautiful piece has a symbolic meaning and wonderful blessings. The Buddha Mama Collection features jewelry boasting five various design elements – Dreamcatcher, Buddha, Dharma Wheel, Magnetite Jade and Auspicious, with some pieces available in 14K rose gold, and silver, all of which boast intricate design details.
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Inspired by the traditional Native American dream catcher, the Dreamcatcher collection celebrates the belief that the night air
carries various types of dreams; the Dharma Wheel, one of the oldest symbols in Buddhism, represents Buddha’s teachings; Magnetite Jade, a beautiful and most rarest form of black jade that only 24k gold can be used to “fill it’s imperfections”; resulting in a stunning effect; The Buddha collection features a variety of Buddhas in all shapes, colors, and sizes with each piece representing a different aspect of the Buddha; and the Auspicious collection which features eight Auspicious Symbols, features tokens of good fortune that represent the offerings made to Buddha once he reached enlightenment.

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We had a chance to sit down with Buddha Mama designer, Nancy Badia to find out more about her and the collection, check out our video interview below:

The collection features so many stunning pieces, some of our favorites include skull ring with gold teeth, the rose gold slave bracelet, the gold rosary necklace with diamond encrusted Buddha, and the two-finger knuckle ring. Check out more from the collection below:

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To find out more about Buddha Mama Jewelry, visit http://buddhamama.org/.

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