Beautiful yet rustic Mayan Glyph ceramic Pendant made from high fire clay.
This clay bead has been hand formed by me, air-dried for several days, painstakingly carved with the Tzolk'in Mayan Glyph for KIMI then fired for several hours glazed and fired for several more hours once again.
Threaded onto a strong adjustable 2mm black braided cord. The pendant measures 1-5/8" long by 1-1/8" wide by 3/16" thick ( 40mm x 30mm x 5mm) topped with a stainless steel bead.
**Only one model has been made, unique creation, what you see in the photo is what you will receive. Colour will vary from PC monitor to smartphone screen.**
KIMI (pronounced kee-MEE)
Skulls in Maya art often sprout a green shoot or a flower to symbolize the circle of life. Day keepers consider Kimi an especially fortunate day on which to be born.
Characteristics: Personal sacrifice and acceptance of change. It is a sign of politics, practicality, discipline, sacrifice, and organizational skills.