THE PHUANG MALAI QUEEN MEANING: LONG LIFE
- An incomparable and exceptional Malai to wish long life. Malai Queen combines all the attributes of our Malais: a bouquet, natural dried flowers and the semi-precious stone: blue Larimar.
- The Larimar stone is known for its health benefits, strengthening physical and emotional health and developing a great aura of love.
- This powerful blue stone is known to act on four chakras. The heart, throat, third eye and crown chakras.
- Each Malai Queen is meticulously handcrafted by Nicha with the utmost care and attention, using only the finest natural materials, completely free of plastic.
- Enhance the atmosphere of serenity by sprinkling the Phuang Malai with the sacred fragrance (included in the box) or your favorite perfume.
- Handmade - Macrame by Nicha
- Made only from natural components.
- Material: 100% cotton rope, real dried flowers
- Stone: Authentic Larimar Stone (no chemical treatment)
- Size: 9.59" x 21"
- Gift box included
- Thai holy perfume included
- Greeting card included (write your own wishes for your mom)
- Made in Thailand
- By ordering from us, you play a part in empowering the Akha women who are part of our team.
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- For bulk order, please contact me.
- You can contact me via Messenger at any time, Instagram or via the "Contact Us" page.
- During Mother's Day, the delivery time in Thailand is estimated to be 5-7 business days.
- Outside of the Mother's Day event and pre-order campaign, the delivery time is estimated at 10-20 business days.
- Please note that since our products are handmade, the delivery time may vary depending on the number of orders being processed.
- For rush orders (birthday, wedding, religious celebration...), please contact me via Facebook, Instagram or email here.
- For international delivery, please contact me.
RETURNS AND EXCHANGES:
I accept returns and exchanges:
- Contact me within 7 days of delivery.
- Return items within 14 days of delivery.
- Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs if the dissatisfaction was not generated by a third party. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR PHUANG MALAI?
Taking care of your Phuang Malai is crucial to maintain its beauty and keep it looking like new for years to come. As a cherished piece in your home or Buddhist shrine, it's essential to handle it with care to preserve its beauty. Here are some tips on how to properly care for your Malai.
- Handle with care - Always handle your Phuang Malai with gentle care, as the dried flowers, cotton and semi-precious stones are delicate and can easily be damaged. Avoid touching the flowers and stones with your hands as much as possible.
- Avoid direct sunlight - Direct sunlight can cause the dried flowers and cotton to fade and the colors to deteriorate. Place your Malai Queen in a cool and dry area.
- Keep it dry - Humidity and moisture can cause mold and mildew to form, which can cause damage to the dried flowers and cotton. Avoid placing your Phuang Malai in areas with high humidity and moisture levels.
- Dust regularly - Dust and dirt can accumulate on the dried flowers, cotton, and semi-precious stones, causing them to look dull and dingy. You can gently dust your Malai with a soft brush or cloth to remove any dust or cobwebs.
- In you believe in it, you can also recharge the energy of the stone by holding your Malai in your hands and visualizing positive energy flowing into it. You can also place them in a location where they can receive moonlight overnight.
With proper care and maintenance, you can ensure that your Phuang Malai remains a cherished piece in your home or Buddhist shrine for years to come.
SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES IN PHUANG MALAI: BELIEFS AND TRADITIONS, NOT SCIENTIFIC FACT.
- Please note that the power of the stone has not been scientifically proven and it is based on beliefs and traditions.
- We do not take any responsibility for any claims made about the power or energy of the stone. It is up to the individual's belief and discretion.
DISCOVER ALSO OUR OTHER PHUANG MALAI
Come and discover here our Malai Cuty or Malai Grace, 2 Phuang Malai full of meaning.
* Product images are for illustrative purposes only and may differ from the actual product. Due to differences in monitors, colors of products may also appear different to those shown on the site.
** Please note, sizes on the description may have a tolerance/variation +/- of up to 2cm for the product as it’s a handmade job.
The renewal of our Thai symbols through new materials
The Larimar Stone: Origin and Cultural Significance
The Larimar stone is a rare, precious gemstone that is found only in the Dominican Republic. Its unique blue color, which ranges from a light sky blue to a deep blue-green, is due to the presence of copper in the mineral pectolite.
This gemstone was first discovered in 1916 by a farmer named Miguel Méndez, but it was not until 1974 that a Dominican American named Norman Rilling began to mine and market the stone. Since then, Larimar has become known as the "Atlantis Stone" and is said to hold powerful spiritual energy and healing properties.
Larimar has gained popularity in various cultures around the world for its beauty and spiritual significance. In the Dominican Republic, it is believed to bring peace and happiness to those who wear it.
In ancient cultures, such as the Maya and the Aztecs, it was believed to symbolize the sky and the sea, and to bring balance and tranquility to the wearer.
In New Age spirituality, Larimar is often used for its healing properties and is said to help with emotional and physical healing. It is also believed to enhance communication and self-expression, making it a popular stone for those who work in creative fields or in positions that require public speaking.
The Malai Queen: An honor to Her Majesty the Queen and to our mothers
The Malai Queen is a Phuang Malai, exceptional by its large size, combines the beauty of a bouquet of dried blue flowers with the power of the blue Larimar stone.
In Thai culture, blue is often associated with Her Majesty the Mother Queen, Sirikit. Her Majesty the Queen Sirikit has been a beloved and respected figure in Thailand for many decades, and her use of blue clothing and accessories has made blue a color of reverence and honor in the country.
In traditional Thai art and culture, blue is also considered to be a color of peace and tranquility, which aligns with the benevolent nature of the Mother Queen and her role as a symbol of unity and stability for the Thai people.
The Malai Queen takes the traditional Phuang Malai to a new level with the addition of the flower bouquet and the semi-precious Larimar stone. The blue flowers symbolize peace, serenity, and wisdom, while the Larimar stone is believed to bring balance, tranquility, and physical and emotional healing.
When all these elements come together in the Malai Queen, they create a powerful symbol of inner peace, health, and happiness, making it an exceptional piece with no equivalent. The Malai Queen is not only a beautiful piece of art, but also a meaningful representation of the power of love and the importance of personal well-being.
Phuang Malai need artists
Malai is a timeless tradition that is dear to Thai culture. It has remained unchanged for many years, but with the emergence of contemporary artists, this art form has been given a fresh and modern twist.
This is shown in the work of Nicha, a skilled craftsman who brings a new perspective to the creation of Phuang Malai. With an eye for detail and a passion for her own culture, Nicha handcrafts each amulet using only natural materials to respect tradition.
Today, Nicha's mission is to convey a deeper message through these exceptional symbols but also, and most importantly, to adapt it to our new generation.