Manufacturer Tasia
Product code T249
Availability In stock
Materialgold plated
Price € 96
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Product description


Spiritual choker with pyrite, ruby and gold plated silver, dedicated to DECISION. This elegant jewel is made of fine, hand cut Burmese ruby and pyrite from Kalimantan. Length of the choker is 42cm and can be adjusted upon request.

"Whatever happens today, remember that the sun will come out tomorrow."


Ag 925/1000


This jewel from Tasia Collection is designed by balinese designer Tasia Prataya. It is manufactured on Bali from burmese ruby and pyrite from Kalimantan. All used materials have their sacred meaning, provide positive energy to one who bears them and strenghen her on her journey. MELATI Choker is dedicated to DECISION.

Tasia Prataya - KRÁTKÝ EN

Tasia Prataya

Tasia Prataya  
Born into a goldsmith's family in the province of Gianyar, she was initiated into the secrets of working with precious metals and stones since childhood. She graduated from the Indonesian Institute of the Arts Denpasar. Her work represents the harmony of traditional patterns, procedures and local materials in a modern concept. Tasia uses mainly local materials, so in her spiritual jewelry we often find Java rudraksha, river pearls from nearby Lombok Island or minerals from nearby Kalimantan Island. In accordance with Hindu traditions, her jewelry is ordained in the Pasupati ceremony.


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