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Tumi pendant - 14 carat gold

4 reviews
€195,00 Incl. tax
Article number: G129
Availability: In stock (1)
Delivery time: Shipping only on Tuesday (ordered before 16.00 hours)

The size of the golden Tumi pendant is 22 x 10 mm (incl. Pendant eye 29 x 10 mm).

Look at the bottom of the page for an appropriate chain.

 


The golden Tumi pendant is edited on both the front and the back.

The Tumi shows the image of King Naymlap, a mythological figure honored as a patron of health and medicine. The story is that he came to Peru easily to settle there. Eventually, he got wings with which he flew to heaven and became immortal. Also, the Tumi was a victim in the Chimu culture. The Inca`s united these two symbols in their legendary Tumi pendants. According to ancient belief, Inca was the earthly king, but also the son of the Sun god. Inca could bring the divine solar powers to earth, and the subjects who were in possession of a Tumi were receptive to this divine power. Also by donating a Tumi, the giver could transfer this power to the recipient, which could both receive from this divine source.


As a result, wearing a golden Tumi pendant brought happiness, health and immortality.

Reviews (4)
Rob v. 15-07-2020 16:56

Goede site om de bestelling te doen. Afhandeling keurig.
Goede informatieverstrekking. Adequate beschrijving van het artikel.
Prachtig artikel.

Manya G. 24-06-2020 13:52

Mooi bedeltje van goede kwaliteit.
Heb er 2 besteld voor mijn dochters. Via site alles snel te regelen. Snel bezorgd ook. Is ook verzekerd tijdens verzending.

MCS 07-04-2019 22:20

Beautiful! Nicely detailed and a great size. I'm very happy with it!

Ute S. 11-04-2018 09:41

I LOVE MY NEW TUMI PENDANT. IT IS SMALL IN SIZE, BUT BEAUTIFULLY MADE AND A REAL ASSET TO MY STYLE.

5 stars based on 4 reviews
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