Sterling Silver Buddha Pendants
Overall Size : 27mm x 15mm x 4mm = ~1-1/16" tall x 5/8" wide
Metal: Solid .925 Sterling Silver
Made in the USA
Pendant measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
Sold by : Pendant
> You can Customize this item into a Buddha Necklace -- Choose from : Pendant Only, Pendant on a Plain Black 24-inch Waxed Cotton Cord, Pendant on a Black Finished 17.5-inch Necklace Cord with Extension Chain, or Pendant on a Silver Plated 18-inch Necklace Chain. If you need a Sterling Silver Necklace, please see our Chains section.
> This pendant can also be converted into a Custom made Sterling Silver Dangling Buddha Earring. If you need a pair of them, order 2.
> This item can also be made into a Buddha Belly Ring | Navel Ring. 316L Stainless Steel - Banana Length : 3/8", 14-gauge. Gemmed ball : 8mm (color will vary) | Top Screw-on-off Ball : 5mm. Custom made Pierced Body Jewelry.
Because we are the manufacturer, if you need more Buddha Pendants than we currently have available, please feel free to contact us to arrange for a custom-casting session..
In about the sixth century B.C. Siddhartha Gautama was born into a royal family. When he was a young adult his experiences with the outside world drove him to seek out a greater understanding of life and spiritual fulfillment. Through seeking guidance and meditation, Siddhartha achieved Enlightenment. From that point, he was known as the Buddha, which means 'Enlightened One'. For the rest of his life, the Buddha traveled great distances teaching people about one path to salvation. After the Buddha's death, his pupils continued to spread his teachings. Buddhism developed at a time when Hinduism, the most widespread religion in India, had become tightly controlled by priests and the upper classes. Buddhism offered hope and access to spiritual understanding and satisfaction to ordinary people. Throughout the world today, people still follow the teachings of the Buddha.