Traditionally hand-crafted and spiritually inspired, Tulku Jewels line of blessed amulets and jewelry will support you in remembering and celebrating your inherent divine nature.
As on view at the Smithsonian and the Rubin Museum stores.
Remember your Divinity / Bear on Rudraksha Turquoise Mala
Rudrani and Rudraksha mixed 108 bead mala
Karla Refoxo, the creator of Tulku jewels, travels regularly to Nepal where she works with master craftsman Rajendra Bajracharya and others to create sacred jewelry and shares it with the world.The Story >
The Tulku Oracle deck is a collection of 53 oracle cards that are windows into the wisdom of heart, nature and ancient traditions. The images of the cards include totems, archetypes and symbols—all based on the blessed amulets from the Tulku Jewels amulet collection.Go here >
Imagine the delight coursing through my being when I received the email from the jewelry buyer at the Smithsonian museum saying that one of the curators had recommended...Read More >
The alchemy here is this—our transformation and growth is supported by the energy of stones, metals, and symbols. Find your own Magic in Tulku’s blessed amulets.
Here is the latest update from Kiran and Tenzin. As you will see, they continue to work very hard to help those they find most in need, one grain of rice, brick, and day at a time…Read More >