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Harmony Ball Necklace Unique Artisan Design, Garnets - Gift 734


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  • Model: HBP734
  • Shipping Weight: 0.045lbs
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  • Manufactured by: Dazzlers


Mother's Day Gifts item HBP734 - Genuine Artisan Crafted Sterling Silver Chiming Harmony Ball

Unique Artisan Designed and Crafted Chiming Harmony Ball Necklace featuring Four (4) Garnet Gemstones set on an 'Antique' finish 925 Sterling Silver pendant with a 'Moon & Stars' 925 Sterling Silver Harmony Ball in the middle of the pendant - a truly UNIQUE jewelry piece. This genuine 925 Sterling Silver Chiming Harmony Ball, Hand Crafted in Bali by skilled Artisans, produces a wonderful Soothing Chime sound as it moves with you creating an air of Harmony - pendant comes with a Bonus Chain so it can be worn as a necklace as soon as it is received (without having to search for a chain).

DIMENSIONS: This Harmony Ball Necklace is 45mm (1 3/4") long overall, the Harmony Ball is 14mm (5/8") in diameter and the 925 Silver Pendant set with the Four (4) Garnet Gemstones is 45mm (1 3/4") long and 30mm (1 1/4") wide.
MATERIALS used in the making of this Harmony Ball Pendant:
● PENDANT: 925 Sterling Silver Antique finish
● GEMSTONES: Garnet, Four (4) Genuine Gemstones. Garnet is a Birthstone for January.
● HARMONY BALL: 925 Sterling Silver Antique finish

Authentic Artisan Crafted Harmony Ball from Bali - This Authentic Sterling Silver Harmony Ball was Hand Crafted in the region of Celuk on the island of Bali, Indonesia, by a village Silversmith Artisan using traditional methods passed down through the generations. Gemstones used in this Harmony Ball are genuine semi-precious gemstones (and not man-made imitation composites).

FREE GIFT - As our way of saying thank you for buying from Mothers Day Australia we supply you with a Bonus Chain (45cm/18" silver plated) so you, or the recipient if buying it for a gift, can wear this lovely Harmony Ball as a necklace straight away without having to search for a chain at the moment you open your gift. If a Sterling Silver Chain or a Longer Chain or a Woven Silk Necklace Cord is desirable then you can purchase one of your choice from our range in our Silver Chains and Necklace Cords category.

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What is a Harmony Ball?

Detailed information about the Meaning behind a Harmony Ball can be found here on an informative blog in this article What is a Harmony Ball?

Mothers Day Australia - a History

In Australia, Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May.

The tradition of giving gifts to mothers on Mothers Day in Australia was started by Mrs Janet Heyden, a resident of Leichhardt, Sydney, in 1924. She began the tradition during a visit to a patient at the Newington State Home for Women, where she met many lonely and forgotten mothers. To cheer them up, she rounded up support from local school children and businesses to donate and bring gifts to the women. Every year thereafter, Mrs Heyden raised increasing support for the project from local businesses and even the local Mayor. The day has since become commercialised. Traditionally, the chrysanthemum is given to mothers for Mother's Day as the flower is naturally in season during May (autumn in Australia) and ends in "mum", a common affectionate shortening of "mother" in Australia. Men will often wear a chrysanthemum in their lapels in honor of mothers.

As Australians, we love getting the chance to give back to our mothers, especially on Mothers Day. Mothers Day is regarded as the most meaningful special day by Australians, superseding the importance placed on Remembrance Day, Valentine's Day, and even Father's Day. In fact, almost half of Australians rank Mothers Day as their most significant special day of the year (excluding public holidays).

Interestingly, while 168 countries celebrate Mother's Day as an established tradition, just over half of those countries (51%, Australia included) celebrate Mother's Day do so on the second Sunday of May. Other countries have adapted an alternate date linked to women through historical significance or religious significance.

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 January, 1970.

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