Pu’uwai Ho’āno

390,00490,00

This is the latest addition to the Akaija & Art tool (April 2021).

Pu’uwai Ho’āno is a concept from Hawaii meaning: Sacred Heart.

At the moment we know little about the healing qualities, apart from the fact that it ‘fills’ the chakra’s. More details will follow. It has come in a time of great sorrow on this planet and we get reactions from several people that this is what the world needs right now, to support healing, to assist in transformation to a new era, guided by the Heart, by Love and Unity. This was my intention when I started working on it (well before the Corona-crisis started), knowing that Linda (in Spirit) a.o. would inspire me to make it so. The process took much longer than expected though, with many setbacks, but the final result makes us vary happy.

We hope it will help you to feel happy too, overcoming fear (should there be any) and filling your chakra’s with healing energy.

This Summer we hope to also sell silver versions.

Delivery time: about 4 weeks.

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Description

Size: 3.3 cm (vertical) x 2.0 cm

Metal: Solid yellow gold

Carat / Weight:
333 (8 carat), ± 3.0 gram
585 (14 carat), ± 3.3 gram
750 (18 carat), ± 3.6 gram

Silver: expected in Summer 2021

Allergy information: contains no nickel or cadmium.

Disclaimer: We use digital 3D-created photographs to show all possible variations. Those have a transparent/white background. Real life photographs show the environment (e.g. table). In general: 8 carat gold has a somewhat ligher yellow colour that 14 carat. 18 carat has the warmest yellow tone.

Experimental: Below you should see a 3D image of Sacred Heart, giving you an idea of the it’s shape. Use your mouse to manipulate. Alas the stone is opaque as transparency cannot (yet) be shown.

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Additional information

Weight 20 g
Dimensions 60 × 60 × 20 mm
Stone

Amethyst, Peridote, Garnet, Lab Saphire

Solid Gold

8 carat, 14 carat, 18 carat

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