Saito - Bishamonten (Vaisravana) Silver Pendant Top (Silver 950)
Bishamonten (Vaisravana) Silver Pendant Top (Silver 950)
In Japan, Bishamonten, or just Bishamon is thought of
as an armor-clad god of warfare or warriors and a punisher of evildoers –
a view that is at odds with the more pacific Buddhist king described above.
Bishamon is portrayed holding a spear in one hand and a small pagoda in the other hand,
the latter symbolizing the divine treasure house,
whose contents he both guards and gives away.
In Japanese folklore, he is one of the Japanese Seven Gods of Fortune.
On the upper left part of the pendant top is Sanskrit character (Bonji) "Bay" of Bishamonten.
The Pendant top does not come with any chain.
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Saito's Gin-Ryu-W Chain. (Ibushi-Gin color = Blacken Silver color) Silver 925
45cm - 17.71" - $200.00
50cm - 19.68" - $212.50
55cm - 21.65" - $225.00
Please ask us, if you need different length.
Please give us exact length you want to in cm,
we will give you the price for it.
40 mm (H) x 26 mm (W)
(1.5748" H x 1.0236" W)
Thickness - 2.5 mm (0.0984")
Weight - 19.8 g (0.67 oz)
This item is a custom-made. (Made-to-order)
The average waiting period is about 3-4 weeks at this moment.
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