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Mala Tibetan mala made of rosewood and Céromel

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Tibetan mala made of rosewood and Céromel
Céromel is part of the seven treasures of Buddhism, it soothe the soul
Material: Dalbergia odorifera, Céromel, Yak bone
Composition: 108 beads and 6 stones
Beads sizes: medium
Length: 49cm
Huanghuali is a precious wood from the island of Hainan and has a long reputation in China for having been used during the Ming and the Qing dynasties for quality furniture manufacturing. Its scientific name is Dalbergia odorifera but it is also known as fragrant rosewood.
This Huanghuali mala is strung with yellow beads made of céromel, a stone which belongs to the family of amber. It is particularly appreciated for its colour and its brightness as well as its semitransparent qualities.
Céromel is part of the seven treasures of Buddhism and it is one of the most appreciated traditional Tibetan jewels as far as spirituality is concerned (it can soothe the soul) but it has also healing properties (it can cure skin conditions and it contributes to accelerate wound healing).