New Collection for Spring 2011

LOTUS GALLERY’S FEATURED ITEMS

For May/June 2011: a new collection of South Seas Pearl Strands, new designer jewelry, antique artifacts and more.

Spring is in the air. A season of celebration and taxation. It’s New Year’s in Thailand and Easter at home. Jewel of the Lotus celebrates this Spring with fresh creations and new found treasures. Take a moment and see all the new additions to the Jewel of the Lotus collection.

Our popular Kong Lung Center landmark waterfall pond has gotten it’s annual clean up, with additional Lotus plants and fish. We expect a spectacular display of blossoming Lotus’s in the pond this summer. Bring your cameras!

As always Kamalia and Tsajon have added to the Galleries collection of designer and antique jewelry with a fabulous large south seas white pearl pair of earrings and pendant, and a rare collection of Burmese Royal Museum quality antique jewelry.

Hand woven 18K gold wire ring set
with a Cabochon Ruby

Lotus Gallery's Woven Ruby Ring

This unique ring designed by the owner, Tsajon, is light weight and very comfortable. It comes in every size and can be ordered using any gemstone. Made in Tsajon’s Studio, it is a very simple design using flat gold woven wire. It can be made with or without a gemstone as a wedding band. It is available in two width sizes, 3.5mm and 5mm.


White South Seas Baroque
Pearl Pendant

Lotus Gallery's South Seas Pearl

This very large 14mm lustrous white South Seas baroque pearl has been set by Tsajon on an 18K yellow gold pendant which Tsajon designed as a tropical Palm tree set with tiny diamonds. His inspiration comes from the beautiful island of Kauai, Hawaii where he lives. The palm tree and wave are movable and sway with the wind or movement of the wearer of this Hawaiian Talisman.


20th cen. Copper Statue of
Shiva’s consort, Paravati

Lotus Gallery's Copper statue of Paravati

This is an example of the fine lost wax casting of the past. Today this art is vanishing. The cost of gold and silver prevent the artists in Nepal from casting their work in Bronze. This figure of Paravati, sitting in a lyrical pose called “Lalitasana”, was cast in copper, which shows very detailed wax carving. The artist has added jewelry set with real emeralds and rubies. Size 16.5cm

Black Faceted Diamond wire wrap
bead Necklace

Lotus Gallery's Wire wrapped beaded necklace

This gorgeous Diamond Necklace is another creation from the Studio of Tsajon. Using a vintage design, Tsajon has offset the sparkling White Diamond Briolettes with strands of black diamonds wire wraped on 18K white gold. There are 30 ct. of Black Diamonds and 2ct. of white Diamonds. The necklace is 16 inches and can be lengthened. Fit for a Princess!


Antique Royal Burmese 22K Gold Dragon Bracelet with Large Ruby.

Lotus Gallery's Antique Burmese Dragon Bracelt

Treasure for Queen, this magnificent adornment comes from a royal Burmese family. Hand made in the 19th century by master craftsmen in Burma, it is a very rare example of the kind of work done for the royal families in the 19th cen. Made in 22K gold and set with a very large unpolished Ruby cabochon. The green stones are fine pieces of glass with green foil backing. The eyes are rubies. The dragon heads are not cast but all hand fabercated using fine granulation and filligri.


8 Prong Tibetan Bell and Dorje set

Lotus Gallery'sTibetan Bell and Dorje set

These are ritual objects used by the Tibetan Buddhist Monks and Lamas to emphasize the prayers that are spoken. The bell represents female energy and is held in the left hand and the Dorje represents male energy is held in the right hand. Ringing the bell calls on the Gods to listen to their prayers, while the dorje clears the immediate area of any negative energy, creating a clear space in which one can communicate with Spirit. They are hand cast in bronze. Used for ritual or collection this is new cast but with all five Adi Buddhas on the bell. Size14cm