Yin Yang Charm Necklace Sterling Silver
Hand carved yin yang charm cast in sterling silver by artist and designer Paxton Mobley. This original handcrafted yin yang tai chi charm can be used as a necklace or to accent a charm bracelet. All of our cast charms, including this sterling silver marcial arts meditation yin yang charm, are created from original hand carved designs by Paxton and come hand signed by the artist.
If you are purchasing the charm for a necklace you can choose either the bail (shown in listing image #1) or o-ring (shown in listing image #2) as both will work on necklaces (see image #3 for a comparison of the bail and o-ring side by side). If you are choosing the charm to attach to a bracelet you should only choose the o-ring un-soldered option. The charm is sold by itself or with a genuine black leather 2mm cord with sterling silver end caps and lobster clasp. The inside diameter of the charm's bail / o-ring is approx. 4mm (11/64"). If you are purchasing this charm to fit on your own necklace or bracelet please take note of the bail / o-rings size and be sure it will fit or let us know if you need it altered. Our charms come packaged in an attractive gift box along with a black velvet storage bag, a zip lock bag with anti-tarnish strip and an about the artist / caring for your jewelry information card.
About the YIN YANG:
"The yin-yang symbol (also known as the Tai Chi symbol) consists of a circle divided into two halves by a curved line. One half of the circle is black, typically representing the yin side; the other is white, for the yang side. A dot of each color is situated near the center of the other's half. The two halves are thus intertwining across a spiral-like curve that splits the whole into semicircles, and the small dots represent the idea that both sides carry the seed of the other. The white dot in the black area and the black dot in the white area connote coexistence and unity of the opposites to form the whole. The curvy line signifies that there are no absolute separations between the two opposites. The yin-yang symbol, then, embodies both sides: duality, paradox, unity in diversity, change and harmony. The concept of yin-yang has a long history. There are many written records about yin and yang, some dating back to the Yin dynasty (about 1400–1100 BCE) and the Western Zhou dynasty (1100–771 BCE)." Quote credit goes to https://www.thoughtco.com/yin-and-yang-629214
Most of our handmade jewelry will be ready for shipping in 2-3 business days (we will contact you if there is any delay). If you need a product sooner please contact us and we will see what we can do. All products are handmade to order, so may differ slightly from the images shown. Thank you for viewing our jewelry!
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