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Oriental Jewels
Oriental jewels, with its particular richness of precious, colored patterns, brings back to us an atmosphere of magic, mystical and fascinating, reconciling elements of maximum splendor and elegance with themes from a deep cultural tradition. Asia was inhabited mostly by populations of nomadic shepherds who considered their jewelry as wealth, as it was easily transportable and convertible to cash. Next to its function in commercial exchange, its meaning linked .

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The Eight Symbols of Good Omen of Tibetan Buddhism – Astamamgala
The Eight Symbols of Good Omen of Tibetan Buddhism – Astamamgala, always present in Tibetan culture, they are objects that have played an increasing role in ceremonies and rituals up to be considered sacred. They are symbols of protection and guide to happiness and serenity; all symbols are interrelated and can not exist separate, since their effectiveness is manifested in their unity. Lettura in italiano  –  Lectura en español .

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The Gao
The Gao, also known as Ga’u or Gahu, is the most spectacular of protective amulets: a silver talismanic box embellished and enriched with precious and semiprecious stones. Lettura in italiano  –  Lectura en español Worn as jewelry by the people of Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and Mongolia, it has always been considered a powerful defense against bad luck, disease and anything that could in any way cause harm to the .

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