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The Core cuff ($395) comes in four different colors. Here it's shown featuring carnelian resin bars, which add a modernist/Art Deco feel.
This wood spiritual token ($285) bears the Sacred Heart symbol; it's made of rosewood, silver and diamonds. It can be added to the cuffs and pendants.
The 18-karat-gold-plated carnelian pendant ($175) also opens to reveal a place for a spiritual token.
If you?re the type of woman who has a laughing Buddha figure gathering dust in the corner of her bedroom, you?re not alone.
At this point, the prevalence of Eastern spiritual hallmarks like lotus votives and Shiva statues are practically ready-made punch lines.
So at first glance, the new jewelry-with-a-spiritual-message brand called BuDhaGirl, cofounded by Dallas native Jessica Jesse, might cause nary a ripple in your chakra.
Funny thing, though: Jesse and her business partner, Susie Hoimes, the San Francisco-based jewelry designer who founded the treasure trove MDVII Antiques, are just fine with that. In fact, if you prefer to skip the deeper affirmational stuff like, say, a YouTube video delving into the brand?s mystical connections, you can. Just click the button that says, ?This is really cool, but I?m ready to shop!?
Shop away we did. Take the Core cuff in jade ($395). It?s based on a 1930s French design with one key difference: Inside the 18-karat-gold-plated coffer lid is a compartment that can hold a daily ?reminder,? such as an image of the healing Buddha or even a star of David ($35 each).
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