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 at 1600F, glazed and fired for several more hours once again.
Threaded onto a 2mm black Hemp cord. The pendant measures 1-3/4" long by 1-1/4" wide by 3/16" thick ( 45mm x 33mm x 5mm) and is topped with a rainbow Hematite stone ring.
**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.