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Pancha Dhatu Fire Pendant

In ancient India, Nepal and Tibet sacred objects were cast using the lost wax method from an alloy known as Pancha Dhatu, or five metals. When combined, these five metals (gold, silver, copper, zinc and tin) are believed to create an alchemy infused with healing and protective powers.

Materials: Mixed metals, leather cord, brass clasp.


Pendant: 1 inch diameter; approximately .25 pound
Cord: approximately 9.5 inches long

Made in: Hand-crafted by Newar Buddhist Priest and master artist in Nepal. 

Product Code: 1123452691


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