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Tibet China

"TIBET! Treasures from the Roof of the World" offers a rare glimpse into a culture that is both opulent and deeply spiritual.

Located at the crossroads of Central Asia, Tibet long interacted with her neighbors, receiving Buddhism from India in the 7th century and developing diplomatic relations with the Mongol, Manchu and Chinese courts shortly thereafter. As a result of these interactions, Tibet was transformed into a truly unique culture that combines Buddhist ideals of moral behavior with a cosmopolitan taste in art.

The exceptional objects on display all have a close relationship with the Dalai Lamas and members of the nobility, and represent the finest art ever made in Tibet for its leaders. It is hard to imagine that the Dalai Lamas and the members of their courts used these artifacts as part of their lavish ceremonies and daily rituals in Lhasa, the fabled city at the "roof of the world."

Tibetan History begins with the incursions of Tibetan K'iang in Central China when Buddha was living in India, Confucius and Lao-tseu in China (5th century B.C.). The History of Tibet can be divided in two parts = the first one with the establishment and the end of the Tibetan Kingdoms, the second with the establishment and the end of the Dalai-Lama Theocracy. During both periods civil and religious problems are mixed and cannot be made distinct. In the seventh century, the Tibetan King Sron-tsan-gampo was very powerful and a menace to the Chinese Empire. During this period, many famous buildings and holy places were built. At the same time, the Indian and Nepalese cultures of South Asia, the Persian and Arabic cultures of West Asia and especially the Han Chinese culture of the Central Plain had considerable influence on the development of Tibetan culture. ...

Lhasa is the Capital City of Tibet. Anyone visiting Lhasa will enjoy spectacular examples of sculpture, paintings and textiles, some woven with gold and pearls that were the focus of the Dalai Lamas?religious meditation.


Tibetan jewelry and Nepalese jewelry is carefully handcrafted in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. The Tibetan jewelry is an authentic reflection of the ancient cultures of Nepal and Tibet, totally handmade today. Best-SilverJewelry.com is one of the best Tibetan shop for Tibetan Jewelry, and Nepalese Jewelry. Here you will find Beautiful Nepalese and Tibetan handmade jewelry, rings, pendants, bracelets, and necklaces including the gau box, buddha statue, tibetan malas, tibetan prayer wheels and more.

* 100% Handcrafted Tibetan jewelry & Buddha Jewelry from Nepal & Tibet.
* All Tibet jewelry, Fine Tibetan Silver Jewelry & Tibetan artworks are One by one handpicked.
* All our 108 beads malas and mala bracelets are blessed by our buddhist masters in the temple.

Lables: Tibetan Buddhist Malas, Tibetan Bracelet, Tibetan Pendant, Tibetan Necklace, Tibetan Ring, Tibetan Prayer Box, Tibetan Earrings, Tibetan Statues, Tibetan Thangkas, Tibetan Singing Bowls, Tibetan Mask, Tibetan Artworks.

In the 1990s, Tibet fever raged in China and abroad. It featured the expansion of Tibetan Buddhism and an increased interest in the Tantric aspect of Tibetan Buddhism, Fine Tibetan Jewelry & Tibetan Buddhist Jewelry. Handmade Silver Jewelry, Tibetan Silver Jewelry, Tibetan Artwork & ornament like Tibetan Bracelet, Tibetan Necklace, Tibetan Malas Prayer Beads, Tibetan Pendant, Tibetan Rings, Tibetan Earrings, Tibetan Thangka, Tibetan Singing Bowl, Tibetan Satue...are widely popular among people around the world. People loves the Tibetan Buddha Jewelry, Malas, Incense, Gorgeous Tibetan Jewelry with sterling silver and genuine turquoise or Coral. Tibet and the Tibetan ethnic group are now the theme of numerous literary and art works, and of film and television documentaries. There are many eruditr scholars of Tibetology, and the increased publication of works of Tibetology over the past two decades has greatly improved general understanding of Tibetan culture.

We offer our customer the best Tibetan silver jewelry, Handmade tibetan jewelry, tibetan artworks, our Handmade Tibetan Jewelry & Tibetan Artworks team in China collects good quality tibetan products handmade by the local craftsman in Tibet & Nepal like handmade tibetan bracelets, handmade tibetan rings, handmade tibetan pendants, handmade tibetan earings, handmade tibetan statues, handmade tibetan necklace, tibetan malas prayer beads, Tibetan Thangka, Tibetan Singing Bowl made from stirling silver, natural stone such as Turquoise, Moonstone, Red Coral, Black Agate, Mila Amber and so on. We collect directly from the craftsman, distributes and ships out orders 7 days a week to the customers.

The legends surrounding the life of the Buddha have been the principal sources of inspiration for the creators of Buddhist Jewelry & Buddhist Art. A knowledge of these are needed for a meaningful insight into the nuances of Buddhist art, since each stage of the Buddha's many existences, along with the established tenets of buddhism religion, play a part in the development of the Tibet Buddhist Jewelry and art. The Buddha Jewelry, Buddhist Jewelry, Buddha statues, and the diverse buddha paintings illustrate the deep influence of buddhism on buddha art and vice versa.

Tibetan jewelry has its own charm because of the Hinduism culture and the tibetan belief and faith. The clean and mythical sky and air in Tibet and Nepal makes everything different from other areas and peoples. They make jewelries one by one in hand, not machine. They make the tibetan jewelry one by one with heart, with soul, with love. Everything here regarding with the peoples are mythical and attractive. We love it, and can not wait to take it.
Me, the store manager, Echo Zheng,can not remember how many times I have been to Tibet and Nepal for travel, for business, only for rest of my heart and soul. I love these two areas; I love the sky, the cloud, the sunshine, the people and everything there. That's why I try to sell their artworks and give them good prices. They are worthy of good prices because of the wild but dedicate artwork. But to me, myself, I prefer artworks from Nepal. Because you know now People in Tibet have better living than before, so everything is more expensive but, it seems it's not good for the artwork - they pay less attention on artwork. Nepalese people work very fine for the tibetan jewelries and tibetan artworks, however, since too many people love their jewelries, but they have not much electricty support. They can only work for about 4 hours everyday because of the lack of electricty. And that's why the prices are higher and higher.

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