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Jul Lace Shawl Stick, Gesture

Jul

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Product Description

This beautiful lace stick evokes generosity, open-ness, gratitude. The designer was inspired by an ancient Chinese hair stick of a tiny open hand and a gesture of the right hand, the 'sweet hand' from Balinese Hindu culture, called 'nunas'. The term 'nunas' is used to indicate a courteous and grateful request in the highest register of the Balinese language. It is the word you use to request holy water, to request a divine gift, and most politely to request something from another person you respect. It is an open gesture of waiting for the gift of prosperity, of tranquility, of harmony. It is one of the most beautiful and humble gestures within Balinese social interaction and Hindu ritual practice. It is a gesture of love and respect. Jul Designs sought to represent all of these ideas, at the same time that they have sought to make a universal statement about the loveliest parts of human interaction. and to do this beautifully and simply.

Handmade and hand finished in Indonesia

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