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This wonderful combination shawl cuff / shawl pin offers terrific versatility in styling and function - shawls can be styled in four different ways: with the pin, with the stick alone, with the cuff alone, or with the cuff secured with the stick. 

Elsewhere in our collection, we have presented this design as the Fleur de Lis and Camellia Garden.  Indeed, it leads a double life!  My design-partner, Agus, created this Cown Chakra design, which is intended to represent the Mandala Chakra (Sahasrara), which is located at the crown and is associated with higher consciousness, enlightenment, unity, contentment, spiritual connection, and intelligence. The Heart Chakra design, which is the first in a series he conceptualized as the Chakras, familiar to American audiences as an Indian concept that describes energy centers in the body that can be activated through meditation and yoga to stimulate healing and maintain a sense of physical and spiritual or psychological well-being. This first design in the series was intended to represent the Heart Chakra, which is associated with unconditional love, compassion and joy, sentiments that can always use our attention.

Handmade in Indonesia and the USA

Genuine Leather, White Brass

Stick 4.25 inches

Ring inside diameter - 1.625 inches

Ring outside diameter - 2.375 inches

Pin weight .8 ounces

Cuff weight .8 ounces

Cuff circumference - approximately 6.5 inches

Available with black, espresso & pewter leather cuffs

The .5 inch wide leather strap snaps on and off of both sides of the metal ring to form the cuff.



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