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Feather and Turquoise Yin Yang Pendant, Sterling Silver - 728871511 by BuddhaGroove

Item description: This Jewelry Jewelry product is by BuddhaGroove - Set with reconstituted turquoise and an artistic feather design, this Yin Yang pendant has a distinct Southwestern influence. Derived from Eastern philosophy and spirituality, the Yin Yang is a symbol of balance and harmony. Pendant measures 0.75 inches a... Learn More

Manufacturer: BuddhaGroove

Store: Buddha Groove is a leading online destination for Spiritual and Inspirational Jewelry, Buddha Statues, Meditation Mats and Malas, Singing Bowls, Ritual Items (prayer wheels, flags, incense), Zen Garden Accents, Home Decor (art, fountains, lighting), Apparel, Books and more. Catering to people seeking more Zen in their lives, Buddha Groove’s collection of home accents, garden decor, and personal items serve, first and foremost, to inspire and rejuvenate the mind and body.

Category: Jewelry

$42.00

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