Last one! Lion + Hand Necklace
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Gold Plated Chain with Singha Lion Charm & Hand Charm
The Singha is a mythological lion creature that has been a symbol of strength and courage in Thailand throughout history.
Together they work to endow the wearer with protection and commanding power, as well as enhancing their social and professional status.
The 'Vitarka mudra' ritualistic hand gesture of a circle formed by the index finger and thumb symbolizes the flow of information and energy.
Chain: 60cm, Singha 2.8cm, hand: 3cm
Your jewelry will arrive in a luxurious velvet bag and a Steel ThaiCapsule case that has been given a unique, rustic appearance by being meticulously distressed with fire. We ship every Thursday from the UK, and all items are tracked and signed for to ensure safe and secure delivery.
Items in our Thai Capsule Jewelry collection were acquired from spirit markets in Thailand. Or made for us by local Thai brass-smiths. Here's what we know:
Gold-plated brass bling is made by mixing copper and zinc to create a metal mash-up. Then, a thin layer of gold is put on top to give it a high-end vibe. It's a cheaper way to add a bit of gold glitz without breaking the bank like 100% solid gold jewelry.
Q: Is Gold-Plated Brass legit gold?
A: Nah, gold-plated brass ain't the real deal, but it's not total fake-out jewelry either. Plated brass is when they take a regular metal like brass and give it a super thin coating of real gold. But don't get too hyped up; the actual amount of gold in the gold-plated brass is usually less than 0.05% of the weight of the whole item. The spirits still love it tho!
Just a heads up: we’ve personally worn our our chains for a couple of years and they still look sharp. However, some of the brass, bronze, gold plated, and steel charms might develop a natural patina or wear with time. To keep them shining like new and the spirits happy, store them somewhere dry, out of the sun and away from moisture, perfume, and other chemicals. If they need a cleaning, use a soft cloth and mild soap and water, then make sure they're completely dry before tucking them away again.
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