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:
an infinity symbol placed diagonally in a heart -- meaning infinite
a butterfly -- symbolizing peace, grace and good luck.
a circle: a basic interfaith symbol.
two hands cupped, gently cradling a butterfly.
A winged heart -- a Sufi symbol.
Pending the arrival of a popular inter-faith symbol, there are many
necklaces, pendants, bracelets, etc. available containing multiple
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.
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:
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.
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:
Interfaith Resources producesa wood interfaith pendant on
a necklace with Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and
Zoroastrian symbols. See:
"Les Precieux" (The Precious) in Singapore specializes on creating beautiful high quality Engagement Rings. See: http://www.lesprecieux.com/
Dr. Steve McSwain producesa 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.â See: http://www.stevemcswain.com
Multifaith 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/
Oneness 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."
Unity 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:
UnitySymbol.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/
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.
Valria Mewelry sells many forms of stainless steel memorial jewelry, including bracelets, bullets, clips, hearts, key chain, etc. See: https://www.valyriajewelry.com/
Inner Voice Designs "...
is a handcrafted spiritual jewelry design store specializing in sterling
silver rings and pendants. ... for Spiritual, Zen, Yoga, and New Age minded
Ka Gold Jewelry creates incredibly beautiful gold and silver
jewelry, representing ancient Egyptian, Jewish, Kabbalah, Tree of Life, New
Age and other designs. See:
The MJS Collection of religious icons and spiritual art
reproductions features works inspired by the worlds many religious faiths.
Victoria 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/