Ganesha – Patron of the Arts

Ganesha – Patron of the Arts

Recycled silver Half Crown “My interpretation of Ganesha is a necklace meticulously and lovingly crafted using 100% recycled silver Half Crown coin. Ganesha has been represented with the head of an elephant since the early stages of his appearance in Indian art. Some of the earliest images of show Ganesha with a broken tusk. Ganesha’s earliest name was Ekadanta (One Tusked). These were two major features I defo wanted to honour. Each one is completely handcrafted and unique.” – The Growler

£480

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Recycled silver Half Crown
The fabulous Ganesha is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in India and devotion flows universally around the world. Of all Ganesha’s beautiful features the elephant head is my personal favourite. Ganesha is widely revered as the patron of Arts and a remover of obstacles.
There is at least 1500 + years of beautiful folk art dedicated to Ganesha so having Ganesha as inspiration to create a piece of jewellery is overwhelming. Already so many beautiful examples both historical and contemporary. My interpretation of Ganesha is a necklace meticulously and lovingly crafted using 100% recycled silver Half Crown coin. Ganesha has been represented with the head of an elephant since the early stages of his appearance in Indian art. Some of the earliest images of show Ganesha with a broken tusk. Ganesha’s earliest name was Ekadanta (One Tusked). These were two major features I defo wanted to honour. Each one is completely handcrafted and unique.
For added interest and provenance for the wearer ‘off-cut’ of the ‘donor’ recycled silver coin is packed with the necklace as a source of interest and a reminder of the recycled nature of the bracelet, the history of the silver and the infinite flow of energy throughout the universe.
Size : Approx 40 mm * 27 mm.

1 review for Ganesha – Patron of the Arts

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Steve (verified owner)

    Ganesha

    I recently bought a Ganesha necklace for my wife’s 50th birthday. The service from Hairy Growler was excellent. As for her present, she loved it!

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NECKLACE INFORMATION

Many of the necklace / pendant designs are complete. These designs have a sterling silver chain attached to the pendant from both sides. This design is perfect for looking in a mirror to fasten the necklace. It also makes a fabulous feature of the handmade hook catch (and star if chosen).  The necklace length you choose includes the length of the actual pendant. Do not worry about the pendant dimensions we will take care of your order. Order the necklace length you would normally wear and the necklace you receive will sit in the perfect position..

 

BRACELET INFORMATION

Extra small : approx 170 mm

Small size : approx 185 mm

Medium size : approx 195 mm

Large size : approx 210 mm (good size if you want a looser dangly medium fit)

XL size approx 225 mm (includes an extra link; i.e. another lovely flower, butterfly, bird, etc section custom made)

XXL size approx 250 mm ((includes an extra two links; i.e. another couple of lovely flower, butterfly, bird, etc sections custom made)

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Silver Chain lengths size guide

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