Tibetan Yak Bone Bracelet


This unique bracelet is made out of Wild Yak Bone* with Handcarved Sun, Moon and Cross Sign.  Yak is an important animal in Tibet as they are used as pack animals for the nomadic...

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This unique bracelet is made out of Wild Yak Bone* with Handcarved Sun, Moon and Cross Sign. 

Yak is an important animal in Tibet as they are used as pack animals for the nomadic tribes and to honor their passing they are used in practice.
Continuing to be of service as they pass from this life to another. 

Tibetans wear yak bone jewelry as a reminder of the impermanence of life.
This is one of the important teachings of Buddhism. 

All of the yak bones used in the making of our bracelets are from domesticated yaks that have died from natural causes.
* No animals were harmed in the making of this product. 

  • Natural Yak Bone Hand Braided 
  • Silver Handmade Buddhist Mantra sign ( The Six True Words )
  • Unisex
  • Size Adjustable

Your purchase directly assists in the day to day lives of these Tibet artisans in preserving and expanding the unique, rich Tibetan heritage and culture.

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The Tibet Fund

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The Tibet Fund’s primary mission is to preserve the distinct cultural and national identity of the Tibetan people. Our aim is to promote self-reliance and help sustain the cohesiveness of the exile Tibetan community.

As the primary funding organization, we have worked closely with the Central Tibetan Administration in advancing education, refugee rehabilitation, religious and cultural preservation, and community development for more than 140,000 Tibetan refugees living in India, Nepal and Bhutan.

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The International Elephant Foundation (IEF) was founded in 1998 by Michael Fouraker. IEF is a non-profit corporation of individuals and institutions dedicated to the conservation of African and Asian Elephants worldwide.

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