Our Dzi – ‘ Why we make a difference '
Besides the factors of rarity and quality, market price speculation on these short supply treasures has pushed up their valuations over the years. Dzi collector should have the mentality that the Dzi is also an investment, but at the same time it is a treasure that will bring priceless blessing and credit to its owner. It is important to ask for certification (only for antique dzis) upon purchasing. Our price is kept reasonably low due to our vast resources and goodwill friendship with our Himalayan friends who go very far to get the rarest and best Dzis available. We vow to put all our effort in getting the most unique Dzi in the world in which our clients will not get at any other store.
All our dzi holds highest blessing as it is embraced with universal mantras, divine incense everyday and occasional blessings. Majority of our customers know us by word of mouth and gratitude of what wonders their dzi brought them. The positive outcome and feedback of wearing these mystical Dzis have encouraged us to open our flagship shop in Mid Valley Megamall.
Relevant History: Etched (Extracted from Etched and dZi by Peter Francis, Jr.)
The "etching" of dzi is a misnomer, because alkalis, not acid is involved in their decoration. They are distinctive and much has been written about them. The two most important works are Etched Carnelian by Horace Beck (1933) and Etched in India by M.G. Dikshit (1949).