The Glamour 2-Eye DZI
The Glamour 2-Eye DZI
The Glamour 2-Eye DZI
The Glamour 2-Eye DZI

Tibetan 2-Eye Dzi - The Glamour (Luck/Relationship)

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Wrist Size (cm/inches): 13cm/5"

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About This Product

TIBETAN 2-EYE DZI - THE GLAMOUR (LUCK/RELATIONSHIP)

The two-eyed Dzi bead embodies one of the most universal principles of the universe: the harmonious coexistence of a dual world, or the Yin-Yang concept. Our world is inherently dual, and the Yin and Yang philosophy reflects all the relationships within it. Ideally, these relationships should be balanced and harmonious, complementing each other rather than opposing.

Yang represents light or day, activity, movement, rigidity, and strength—attributes of masculine energy. Conversely, Yin symbolizes darkness, softness, flexibility, stationary energy, and silence, embodying feminine energy.

A Dzi bead with 2 eyes serves to create a balance between these two energies, enhancing stability and harmony. This is particularly significant for fostering harmonious family relationships. Additionally, this bead helps balance a person's thoughts and actions, providing the most favorable path to achieving career goals and improving one's benefactor luck. This equilibrium results in wiser decisions and actions, leading to success and fulfillment.

Key Benefit

1

Maintain a good marital relationship

2

Improves interpersonal relationships

3

Improves benefactor luck

4

Balance your thoughts and actions

STONE

South African Amethyst

Calming, Intuition, Spirituality

Fusion Purple Chalcedony

Peace, Communication, Harmony

Kunzite

Love, Emotional Healing, Intuition

Item Details

Suitable for those lack Number 1 in Numerology

Sourced Dzi Beads from Tibet

Dzi Necklace available

Bead size - 10mm

Weight: 1.2 grams

SIGNATURE TAG

Elevate your jewelry to an exclusive level with our 925 Silver Signature Tag & Engraving service. Personalize your piece by adding your name or a loved one's name, creating a bespoke accessory that exudes exclusivity. Make a statement with this special addition, showcasing the exceptional and unique nature of your personalized adornment.


Dimension: 9mm x 3mm

Dimension: 9mm x 3mm

Material: 925 Silver

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Brand Story

Hoseiki by Daryl Koh and Chase Woo makes handcrafted traditional Chinese jewellery that celebrates the values of wellness and spirituality with the singularity of the individual.

Jewellery has been around for centuries. From metals to gems, pearls to intricately woven strings, these small trinkets are wearable time capsules that both keepsake and impart memory — either of its source, how it was made or what it represents.

Traditional Chinese jewellery has in recent years seen a resurgence in popularity, thanks in part to younger and more affluent crowds reaching for more culturally-rooted or spiritually-backed accessories that set them apart in the increasingly homogenous style landscape. Hoseiki, which specialises in traditional Chinese jewellery, is one such brand that looks to bridge the past and the present with a supply of modern and meaningful jewellery, backed by the values of feng shui.

Founded by entrepreneurs Daryl Koh and Chase Woo, Hoseiki puts a more modern and minimalistic spin on their handcrafted exotic gemstone jewellery, while offering a plethora of services like bazi readings and auspicious date selections alongside their bread and butter — pixiu bracelets. These beaded bracelets are talismans, a symbol of protection, wealth and good fortune that people can wear either customised to their birth charts or bought to serve one of these purposes.

Aware of the popularity and thus association that traditional Chinese jewellery have with the older, more superstitious folk, Daryl, a marketing graduate made it a point to bring to the table an aesthetic that had a more mass appeal. “I have a lot of friends who have pixiu bracelets bought by their parents but they never wear them because it makes them look like loan sharks, so I wanted to take this opportunity to soften and modernise the look,” he said.