db0013 - Thirteen Eyes Tibetan Dzi Beads Pendant
The meaning of the Tibetan word (dzi) translates to (shine, brightness, clearness, splendor). In Chinese, the bead is called (Tian Zhu) meaning (Heavens Bead) or (Heavens Pear).
According to Feng Shui and Asian cultures, including that of Tibet, the bead is considered to provide positive spiritual benefit. These beads are generally prized as protective amulets and are sometimes ground up into a powder to be used in traditional Tibetan medicine. Beads subject to this process have small (dig marks) where a portion of the bead has been scraped or shaved away to be ground into the medicine.
Dzi stones are made from agate, and may have decorated symbols composed of circles, ovals, square, waves (zig zags), stripes, lines, diamonds, dots, squares, waves, and stripes and various other natural archetypal symbolic patterns. Colors will mainly range from browns to blacks with the pattern usually being in ivory white. Dzi beads can appear in different colours, shapes and sizes.
The number of eyes on the stone is considered significant. Eyes are the circular dot or eye-like designs, and depending on their number and arrangement, they represent different things.
The highest number of eyes on ancient dzi is twenty one eyes.
Dzi bead is a bead stone of mysterious origin worn as part of a necklace and sometimes as a bracelet.
Dimension (inch): 0.5x0.5x1.5
Weight (lbs/g): 0.05 / 20
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