This one-of-a-kind piece features a hand-carved kangling, a ritual trumpet used in the Chöd tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. These trumpets are traditionally made from human femurs, and are usually played in "sensitive" power places (nyensa) in order to summon natural energies for the ritual of lujin.
Each pendant is individually hand-carved in wax and cast in recycled sterling silver. Custom requests are possible. Email us for more information.
Please allow two weeks for production.
This piece is 3cm long and weighs 10g.