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Fine silver Kavach Mantra Container in golden Onyx

Fine Silver Mini Mantra Container Necklace in Golden Onyx

  • Length: 18.5 inch Necklace, Pendant 1 inch
  • Stones & Materials: Fine Silver (pure silver) protection container, faceted golden onyx, sterling silver findings and lobster clasp.


Faceted golden onyx gemstones glitter softly against the fine silver mini mantra container / prayer container.


Perfect to hold a prayer, or a message from the one who gave it to you and wear close to your heart. Use it to hold your prayer or mantra for that year. These prayer containers are reminiscent of the old antique ones found in India that are called kavach or Kavacha's and offer protection for the bearer from bad intentions.


Long worn by Hindus and Buddhists, they are a special way to hold a loved one close or a message with good intentions within.  Now made in fine silver as a pretty reminder of the past in a modern form.


This Mini Mantra Container is a delicate 1 inch long message keeper with an 18.5 inch onyx chain to wear layered with other necklaces or alone for the minimalist look.  


There are three images on these pretty containers. One side has the Eyes of Buddha, one side has a Tibetan Om, and the bottom has a Dorjee a symbol that represents the thunderbolt of enlightenment, or the moment one meets God. 


Last Photo shows how you can wear them layered.

  • About Fine Silver

    Fine silver is 99.9 silver and is a higher silver content than sterling which is only 92.5. It is appreciated for its vibrant glow that is less shiny than sterling and needs very little management.  Use a silver polishing cloth only when needed.


    Prayer Containers are an ancient design element that has been worn in India, Nepal and Tibet.  This size is one that was more frequently worn many centuries ago and often a part of long intricate jewelry.  Beautiful to look at, but more importantly, it carried a sacred wish, prayer or message near the heart of the person who wore it. One side of the capsule twists off to hold your scrolled message or mantra. 

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