Celestial Tiger Single Pendant

This beautiful handmade pendant is crafted with a high quality print of my originally designed artwork.  The design is mounted onto the back of a ¼” clear glass tile permanently attached with a layer of a protective sealant. Pendant is 1” diameter in a silver plated pendant holder.

 

NOTE: Depending on the resolution and calibration of your monitor, colors may vary slightly from the picture shown. The second picture shows the actual design detail. Most of my pendants are made to order, so please allow 1-5 days for processing.

 

These pendants are water resistant but not waterproof! Please make sure to remove them before showering, swimming or exercising. These are not intended for small children due to small parts that can be a choking hazard.

 

RETURN POLICY:

Single pendant orders cannot be returned but can be exchanged within 14 days in original condition. Custom orders cannot be returned or exchanged. Buyer must pay for shipping. If there is a problem with your order please contact Miyoko Graphix (miyokographix@gmail.com).

 

Celestial Tiger Single Pendant

$25.00Price
Choose neck cord or keychain
  • According to ancient Chinese cosmology (dated from around 6,000 BC), the universe was divided into four quadrants marking the beginning and end of the winter and summer solstices and the fall and spring equinoxes. Each quadrant was visible in its entirety only in the season with which it is associated. These heavenly quadrants were called the Four Celestial Palaces, and each "palace" was represented by a guardian animal, the Dragon - Spring, Phoenix - Summer, Tiger - Fall and Turtle - Winter. 

     

    The white tiger represents authority, courage, prowess and fierceness needed for protection. It also represents Autumn and the direction West.  For more information, please see the Celestial Guardians webpage.

     

    Pendants come with a black leather neck cord (17" with 2" silver extension chain) or silver key chain. Please make your selection when ordering.

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