Tibet is famous for its handicrafts, and paintings like the Thangka which is a kind of a Tibetan scroll painting.
Many of these crafts have their base in the Buddhist religion, such as singing bowls, prayer wheels etc.
Tibetan crafts are often made from different metals like gold, silver, copper and stones like turquoise and fossilized coral.
Silver-capped Tibetan bone-beads and 925 silver combined in a fusion of western and eastern design.
Yak bone is shaped, drilled and carved, and then decorated with the world-famous d...
Brass "Rope" Detail Ring
Simple rounded brass ring with twisted "rope" detail to each edge.
Hand-made by artisanal jewellery makers and journeyman ...
Dorje (the Tibetan name) are also known as Vajra, which is a Sanskrit word meaning both thunderbolt and diamond.
It is a weapon which is used as a ritual object to symbolize both the...
Small polished Jade beads set amongst 925 silver findings and in a modern "half-chain" design.
Green Jade is said to balance and harmonize the Heart Chakra, aiding in both ...
Large Antique Conch Shell Trumpet
The conch is one of the eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism - it is also a powerful amplifier of sound and as such is used for the call to ...
Medium Conch Shell Trumpet
The conch is one of the eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism - it is also a powerful amplifier of sound and as such is used for the call to prayer....
White Metal Om Mani Padme Ring with Stones
Tibetan lettering reads "Om Mane Padme Hum" - the mantra of the Boddhisatva of Compassion, Avalokiteshvara. Decorated with small ...
Silver Tibetan Longevity Necklace for Men
Said to bring long life and protection to its wearer.
Made entirely by hand by a craftsman from the diaspora of Tibetan refug...
Silver, Coral & Turquoise Tibetan Pendant
An exquisite piece of traditional Tibetan jewellery.
Elaborate silver setting for turquoise and coral stones, embellished...