Materials: 18 karat gold plated brass with semi-precious gemstones of corresponding birthstone
Includes: One necklace with 16” chain in an organza bag
Please note: Keep out of reach of children. Exposure to water, lotions, body oils, cosmetics, perfumes, excessive heat and humidity, and cleaning agents may cause discoloration and affect the finish of the jewelry
For ages 10+
Made in India
Dimensions: Charm: 0.05 x 0.43" diameter; Chain: 16" - 18"
Weight: 0.01 lb
January: Red garnet symbolizes love, friendship, and guidance
February: Amethyst symbolizes peace, spirituality, and prosperity
March: Aquamarine symbolizes tranquility, courage, and peace
April: White topaz symbolizes individuality, creativity, and awareness
May: Emerald symbolizes wisdom and abundance
June: Pearl symbolizes calm, foresight, and purity
July: Ruby symbolizes passion, integrity, and prosperity
August: Peridot symbolizes purpose, strength, and friendship
September: Sapphire symbolizes love, trust, and protection
October: Tourmaline symbolizes charity, peace, and abundance
November: Citrine symbolizes radiance, happiness, and awareness
December: Turquoise symbolizes health, intuition, and healing
Bring some balance into your everyday. This mandala necklace features a circular symbol representing balance as well as a semi-precious gem birthstone for a personal touch that also has its own meaning. Handcrafted in India.
Satya Jewelry was made to lend positive energy, motivation, and good vibes to your everyday life—and look. The delicate necklaces deliver meaning through symbols, and are inspired by yoga.
Whether it’s a new beginning (lotus), vitality (sun), or something else you’d like to manifest in life, a symbol charm can help inspire you in a beautifully-finished way. Or go for a mandala, which represents balance, and features a sparkly, semi-precious gem birthstone for a slightly personalized touch that has its own meaning, too.
The necklaces are handcrafted in India and Thailand from Maker Satya Scainetti’s designs. Satya (her yoga name, meaning “truth” in Sanskrit) is a passionate yogi who dreamed of making jewelry after an intensive yoga training.