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14K Smiling Buddha Charm

$125.00
Color: Carved Dyed Quartz

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This Buddha is a cheerful addition to any cluster of charms. Dyed quartz and gold details bring color and happiness to any look. 
Measurements and Materials
  • 22x19mm
  • Carved dyed quartz
  • Flatback
  • 14k recycled yellow
  • Chain and charms sold separately 
Care Instructions Extra care should be taken when handling pearls and semi-precious stones. We recommend wiping the stone carefully with a soft cloth and you can wash pearls with mild soap and water. Apply cosmetics, hair spray, or perfumes before putting on your stones and pearls. Do not clean these stones with any chemicals, abrasives, or solvents. Be sure to rinse and wipe clean.


About AMANDA PEARL

Founder and designer, Amanda Brotman is breaking down the retail model to bring you responsibly made jewelry without the lofty price markup. Amanda's Pacific Northwest roots and her time performing in the ballet serves as her inspiration for every piece. With natural, elegant lines and the brand's commitment to using responsible materials, AMANDA PEARL creates a modern and sensible approach to luxury. Passionate about supporting the thriving community of artisans in New York, AMANDA PEARL works with local businesses to create her small-batch, intentionally curated collections.

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Local Craftsmanship: Each jewelry collection is designed and created in New York City's Diamond District. Amanda Pearl is committed to working with the local family businesses and small workshops to keep New York's industry thriving.

Giving Back: 10% of all sales go to a cause that changes quarterly, highlighting everything from civil rights to environmental issues. Currently, the cause is The Trust for Public Land.

Reducing Waste: Amanda Pearl creates small-batch, meaningful collections.

Responsible Materials: Amanda Pearl uses recycled metals, ethical stones, and cultured pearls. Fun fact: cultivating cultured pearls is helpful in maintaining and improving a healthy water ecosystem.