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The Kirtimukha Silver Nakkasi Pendant

Rs. 10,800.00

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An intricate pendant from our antique temple jewellery collection with the figure of  `Kirtimukha' (glory-face or grotesque-mask that wards off the evil) .This fierce-looking, swallowing monster face with huge fangs, and gaping-mouth head with its tongue sticking out is extensively used as a decorative motif surmounting the pinnacle; doorways of temples or the images of deities in south Indian architecture. According to mythology Kirtimukha was created from the third-eye of Lord Shiva and is symbolic of the self-destructive nature of the unbridled ego-self in us.

Studded with `kempu' (red) stones the entire piece is crafted in pure Sterling Silver (92.5%) and dipped in 24 karat gold.

(Note: Chain is not part of product. The pendant can be bought alone or along with the Gold-dipped Silver Chain prices for both are different and both options given.)

 Product Details

Measurements: Height of pendant : 2.5 inches; Width of pendant: 2.2 inches

Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon)

Made of: Pure Sterling Silver (92.5%) 

Gross Weight of product (Pendant Only)  : 36 grams approx.

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