An authentic gift for yourself or important ones with 15 beads, one imame (The long piece marking the beginning of the string is called "imame" (pronounced ee-mameh). This tasbih is made with 15 beads with craftsmanship. Precious Olive Tree's wood has been used to make these beautiful prayer beads. Please note this is hand-made prayer beads from a natural tree and there might be differences from the picture, but the quality is always good.
Wood prayer beads may have a different colour tone as studio photographs tend to show colours differently. Each wood prayer beads is different due to the nature of the tree and we cannot take photos of each prayer beads, but please rest assured that our photographs represent the quality and craftsmanship of the item.
Beads Material Olive Tree /Zaytoon (Zeytin agaci) (زيتون)
Beads Count 15
Beads Shape As seen
Beads Size 17.5 x 16.5 mm (+/- %10)
A string of prayer beads that is carried around by many people, used either as a companion to keep track of how many prayers have been said or as a fashionable and prestigious accessory for relaxation, cutting down on smoking, doing tricks, keeping your hands busy and as an expensive status symbol.
We take pride in compiling a unique collection of prayer beads which is the perfect embodiment of centuries-old Turkish craftsmanship. Materials we use to make prayer beads vary. They can be crafted from wood, bone, amber, gold, silver or many kinds of gemstones. To complete one hand-mand tasbih takes at least three days and months for certain models.
Our unique collection of prayer beads is the embodiment of centuries-old craftsmanship by Turkish tasbih makers. We use lots of natural materials to make our prayer beads, like millions of years old fossilized tree resins (amber), mineraloids (jet stone), other gemstones and natural stones, various natural stones, beautiful wood, and glamorous silver and gold. We believe tasbihs are full of life and they witness your every moment and live your life with you, and our intention is to make them as special as possible for you, continuing this craftsmanship for more generations to come.