- Silver grey Japanese Akoya pearl (8-8.5mm)
- Length of necklace about 18 inch
- 18k gold Vajra centrepiece
- Japanese gold plated silver clasp.
Vajra symbolizes both the properties of a diamond (indestructibility) and a thunderbolt (irresistible force). It is the weapon of Indra, the God of Rain and Thunder in the Hindu religion, and is used symbolically in Hinduism and Buddhism to represent firmness of spirit and spiritual power.
This combination of Vajra set in a strand of pearls is visually beautiful and incredibly unique. It draws on feminine softness from the gentle elegance of pearls while also displaying a feeling of strength and power. It always reminds the wearer (and the viewer) of the supreme indestructibility of knowledge.
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