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  1. Jade pendant necklace, 'Maya Eccentric'

    Represented by a crocodile and a shark, the Imox glyph is shaped like a jug of water and represents all that is unusual or eccentric. Imox is the Mayan god of rain and also symbolizes fertility. Zandra Lorena Sajbin carves the ancient image on natural green jade mined in Guatemala. The pendant hangs from a faux suede cord which fastens with a sterling silver clasp. .925 Sterling silver
    $34.95
  2. Jade pendant necklace, 'Maya Generation'

    Represented by an armadillo, the Aj glyph is associated with flourishing plants and represents the new generations, according to the ancient Maya. Zandra Lorena Sajbin carves the ancient image on natural green jade mined in Guatemala. The pendant hangs from a faux suede cord which fastens with a sterling silver clasp. .925 Sterling silver
    $34.95
  3. Jade pendant necklace, 'Maya Net'

    Zandra Lorena Sajbin finds inspiration in the ancient glyphs of the Maya calendar for the design of this necklace. She carves the jade pendant by hand, featuring K'at, represented by a form of net used in fishing as well as for harvest. The net is a metaphor that treasures in memory all that is learned and experienced. The pendant hangs from a faux suede cord which fastens with a sterling silver clasp. .925 Sterling silver
    $34.95
  4. Jade pendant necklace, 'Maya Serpent'

    Zandra Lorena Sajbin finds inspiration in the ancient glyphs of the Maya calendar for the design of this necklace. She carves the jade pendant by hand, featuring Kan, the feathered serpent and symbol of movement. It is the creator of the universe and it is associated with human evolution, spiritual development, justice, truth, wisdom and peace. The pendant hangs from a faux suede cord which fastens with a sterling silver clasp. .925 Sterling silver
    $34.95
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