Necklace | Bonda | Dorjé

Old beads - new look

Necklace old Bonda glassbeads & Dorjé charm

These necklaces are handmade by the craftswomen from Beads for Life (Nepal). They are made with re-used glass beads from jewellery originally worn by Bonda women. The Bonda tribes live in the hills of Odisha, India. The women only wear a loincloth. Their torsos and heads are covered in strings of colourful beads.

The necklace features a small 'Dorjé' charm; a Buddhist symbol that represents the active, male energy. The necklaces are 80 cm long and  a display card of handmade paper is delivered with the jewellery.

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