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Web sites selling Jewelry

Multi-faith jewelry promoting religious diversity and tolerance:

"Renaissancewiz" at Ganoskin, a gem and jewelry resource on the Internet, once challenged visitors to The Orchid List forum to suggest a universal interfaith symbol. Their responses are fascinating; various folks suggested:

bulletan infinity symbol placed diagonally in a heart -- meaning infinite love.
bullet a butterfly -- symbolizing peace, grace and good luck.
bulleta circle: a basic interfaith symbol.
bullettwo hands cupped, gently cradling a butterfly.
bulleta lotus.
bulleta sunrise.
bulleta leaf.
bulletA winged heart -- a Sufi symbol.

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Pending the arrival of a popular inter-faith symbol, there are many necklaces, pendants, bracelets, etc. available containing multiple religious symbols:

bullet Azure Green sells a 2.5' circular universal lotus magnet with symbols from 16 of the world's spiritual traditions. See http://www.azuregreen.net and a similar 4" diameter window sticker.
 
bullet Chalice Art sells a Mandela (Sanskrit for circle) consisting of an 18k gold chalice -- a symbol of Unitarian Universalism -- and a wheel showing six religious symbols from six world religions. It is available as a pendant or lapel pin. See: http://chaliceart.com/
 
bullet Fashions for Peace sells silver and pewter necklaces and bracelets with 10 religious charms and the "We Are One" symbol. See: http://www.fashionsforpeace.com/
 
bullet Harn Gallery connects artists and collectors around the world through a curated marketplace for affordable, original art. They offer artists the highest commission rates (80% of the selling price). See: http://www.harngallery.com.

bullet Howiewood Designs sells silver and gold jewelry featuring a fascinating "coexist: pendent and pin, dove in flight, equal rights pendant, Goddess pendant, peace heart pendant, etc. See: Howiewood Designs

bulletInterfaith Resources produces a wood interfaith pendant on a necklace with Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and Zoroastrian symbols. See: http://www.interfaithresources.com/
 
bullet "Les Precieux" (The Precious) in Singapore specializes on creating beautiful high quality Engagement Rings. See: http://www.lesprecieux.com/
 
bullet Religious tolerance pendant Dr. Steve McSwain produces a series of unity pendants. The one shown costs US $25.99 including shipping. It is in stainless steel, comes with a chain and is the size of a quarter. It contains Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and Taoism symbols and a quote by the Dalai Lama: "When there is peace among the religions, there will be peace in the world.” See: http://www.stevemcswain.com
 
bulletMultifaith Works supplies a bracelet/anklet in sterling silver which contains symbols of fourteen religions: American (Native), Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity, Ancient Egyptian, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Native Religions, Scientology, Shinto, Sikhism, and Taoism. In the center is an ecology/peace symbol. They make an impressive personal statement for tolerance. See: http://www.multifaith.org/
 
bulletOneness Jewelry "...promotes peace and harmony by honoring all religions and spiritual traditions. Its unique design weaved together the spiritual symbols of the world's seven major religions." See: http://www.onenessjewelry.com/
 
bulletUnity Corps promotes "...racial, religious, and sexual nondiscrimination." They "...provide for the peaceful promotion of human unity via the arts, assemblage, literature, media, and other means of goodwill." They sell a silver pendant containing the unity symbol. See: http://www.unitycorps.org/
 
bulletUnitySymbol.com sells a lapel pins consisting of a circle, representing the world, and two stylized stick figures representing human unity. See: http://www.unitysymbol.org/

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Judeo-Christian jewelry:

bulletBlueDolphinGold sells a gold or silver Rembrandt Interfaith charm at: http://bluedolphingold.com/reminchar5.html
 
bulletThe Religious Jewelry Store has a collection of Judeo-Christian pendants at: http://www.religiousjewelrystore.com/
 
bulletSacred Symbols has a collection of Judeo-Christian jewelry at: http://www.sacredsymbols.com/
 

Cremation and Memorial Jewelry:

These take the form of bracelets, pendants, keychains, necklaces, etc., often engraved with a memorial message. Cremation jewelry is hollow inside so that one can carry a small sample of the deceased's ashes.

bullet Valria Mewelry sells many forms of stainless steel memorial jewelry, including bracelets, bullets, clips, hearts, key chain, etc. See: https://www.valyriajewelry.com/
 

Native American products:

bulletSee our list of Native American resources

Jewelry, statues,  etc. from many faith traditions:

bulletAnxiety Spinner Rings sells cross earrings, rings and necklaces, religious pendants and bracelets, rosary necklaces, etc. See: http://www.anxietyspinnerrings.com/
 
bullet Each piece of Bindhu spiritual jewelry is created by Sindhuma Ishaya, an Ishaya monk. See: http://www.bindhu.org/ TheIshayas' web site is at: http://www.ishaya.org.
 
bulletInner Voice Designs "... is a handcrafted spiritual jewelry design store specializing in sterling silver rings and pendants. ... for Spiritual, Zen, Yoga, and New Age minded individuals. See: http://www.innervoicedesigns.com/
 
bulletKa Gold Jewelry creates incredibly beautiful gold and silver jewelry, representing ancient Egyptian, Jewish, Kabbalah, Tree of Life, New Age and other designs. See: http://www.ka-gold-jewelry.com/
 
bulletThe MJS Collection of religious icons and spiritual art reproductions features works inspired by the worlds many religious faiths. See: http://www.mjs-mall.com/
 
bulletVictoria Ann Designs offers a pewter medallion with an image of the world with the word "ONE" at the bottom. It is open to many interpretations. See: http://www.victoriaanndesigns.com/

This topic continues in the next essay.

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