Beads : 10 to 10,5 mm in diameter
Total length : 110 cm
Strung on a braid of black filaments
Reference : CCHO10001

Lat Ton Seeds Mala

This mala is made of seeds called "choloques" by the Shipibos Indians of Peru, who use them to make jewellry and ornaments.

These seeds come from the fruit of a tree of the family of sapindaces, the same family of trees from which the "soapberry" comes. They are solid but quite light.
Traditionally, they are said to bring luck to the person to whom they are offered.

The seeds which compose this mala have been rigorously selected for their round form, uniform dimensions and their marvelous satiny look.

For the head stone of this mala, we have used a Tibetan Dzi, a Dzi with a unique eye. Dzis are stones which are reputed to have magical and protective properties and their origins remain surrounded in mystery.
This Dzi is to be considered as "old", meaning aging from 30 to 50 years, as opposed to "ancient" Dzis which are supposed to be aged of 100 years and more.

You can find more information on dzis on this page.













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Mérite & Patience - From precious ritual objects to decorations, we offer a line of products which we add to, little by little. Our products are made in an atmosphere of Buddhist practice and contemplation, and we hope they reflect this. Our business was created to support the needs of our family in an honest way as well as to inspire others. We give particular attention to quality: from the materials used to the standards of prodution. All the materials used are clearly indicated as either being treated (tinted) or natural. We deal only with honest, trusted suppliers and always work with respect for Nature.