I am looking for information about these beads which I acquired in the Tibetan community of Dharamsala, India in 1973. They were said to be Tibetan red amber, and had been used for a Tibetan mala…Continue
You wrote "red coral" twice in your message—though we are discussing amber. (!).
It is very true that many products, particularly for the wealthy, came to Tibet from China. As an aside, even turquoise was largely…"
The use of amber, particularly red amber, as a Tibetan prayer strand would be very uncommon. Though it it certainly not impossible, strands such as you show are more likely to be Chinese. They might be worn by Buddhists; or…"
I am looking for information about these beads which I acquired in the Tibetan community of Dharamsala, India in 1973. They were said to be Tibetan red amber, and had been used for a Tibetan mala (rosary). There are 105 beads, almost 1/2 inch wide, and a few of them are opaque. They are very light.See More
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