PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag Review and Giveaway – winner announced!

Edited to add the Winner of the Omamori Lucky Bag is Mcctrish! Send me a message with your information on social media or by email. Congrats!

Today Beadsaholic brings an intro to PHYA Jewelry, a review of Omamori Lucky Bag and a giveaway!

I was lucky enough to be introduced to PHYA Jewelry by a friend, fellow collector while I was in Thailand this past November. We visited PHYA Jewelry located in the Iconsiam Mall which is a huge beautiful mall and if you are ever in Thailand it is a must to visit and shop there. While at PHYA we browsed this beautiful brand and meet the owner who is super sweet. I ended up bringing home some lovely pieces to share here on the blog and adorn my wrist and I can’t wait to share those with you.

Today, however, I’m sharing a very special bead that is limited to only one hundred (100) pieces, numbered and is available today for pre-order. The PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag is perfect for the Chinese New Year coming up.  Omamori are Japanese amulets that provide various forms of luck and protection. They were originally made of silk, wood or paper and some were inscribed. Today they are made of many different materials.

Now for a little bit about PHYA. They have specialized in the Jewelry Industry for more than 30 years, they specialize in bracelets, charms, pendants and earrings set in sterling silver then gold plated in 14k white, yellow and rose gold. They gold plate their jewelry to keep them looking lush and beautiful without tarnishing. PHYA believes that customer service is import and back their craftsmanship with a two-year warranty on all PHYA Jewelry.

Not only will I be sharing details on this lovely bead today, but alongside PHYA I will be giving away one of these lovely beads to one of you. So, be sure to read through to the bottom of the page and enter the GIVEAWAY. 

PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag is an adorable bag covered in flowers and four-leaf clovers, a cute mouse is popping his head out the side and hanging from the bottom is a tag with Luck on one side and on the other side is a four leaf clover GP and 925. This bead will fit all major brands as will all the beads produced by this brand. Wear Omamori to brings you much good luck in 2020 and to ward off any bad luck that may come your way.  This bead measures approximately from top to bottom of the tag 25.13 mm high x 9.73 mm wide and weighs 4.6 grams. Omamori Lucky Bag retails for BAHT 1400 / $46.45 / €41.49.

A close video look at the PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag.

In this first composition I’ve created a Chinese New Year bracelet in rich tones of Gold and Red. From Left to Right: PHYA Rose of Venus Stoppers (sold as a pair), Aqua Handmade & Gift gold tone bead, PHYA Sweet Olive Spacer (sold as a pair), Trollbeads Red Bubbles, PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag, Trollbeads Red Twinkle on a PHYA Twisted bangle.

This composition I put together to wear today and I so adore this bead. Seen here are the PHYA Rose of Venus Stoppers, Omamori Lucky Bag with two Aqua Handmade & Gift beads on a PHYA Twisted Bangle.

I found while in Thailand that Stones are very much loved and are full of energy, so I thought a composition incorporating some beautiful stones was in order. So, I’ve added Hessonite Garnet for good luck, prosperity, good Health and Happiness. I’ve also used Feldspar Peach Moonstone for its soothing properties. Seen here left to right: PHYA Rose of Venus (pair), Trollbeads Hessonite Garnet (pair), PHYA Plum Flower Spacers (sold as a pair), Trollbeads Feldspar Peach Moonstone (pair), and PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag on a PHYA Twisted Bangle.

In this composition I went with all PHYA. Left to right: Sun Stoppers (sold as a pair), Mini Jasmine Bouquet two tone (sold as a pair), Smokey Quartz,  Kratong, Rose Quartz, Olimpic Crown, and Omamori Lucky Bag on a PHYA Silver bangle.

Wrist Shot

Overall, I’m impressed by this brand and have rather enjoyed wearing their jewelry. All will mix well with other brands nicely and I think you will find PHYA to be at a reasonable price point.

If you would like to browse the complete line you may do so at PHYA Jewelry Website.

If you would like to pre-order the PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag you will need to either message PHYA on Facebook, Instagram or by email.  This bead is set to release on January 20, 2020. Also, once all 100 beads are sold, all customers will be entered into a giveaway for a solid gold Omamori Lucky Bag charm. Each bead will be engraved with 01-100 and the drawing for the gold bead will be your bead number.

Now for some GIVEAWAY fun here on the blog. One Lucky random winner will win a silver Omamori Lucky Bag like the one pictured here in this review.

How to enter: 

  1. Comment below with your one wish for 2020 and your thoughts on this brand. 
  2. Follow Beadsaholic on Instagram or Facebook or on YouTube
  3. Follow PHYA on Instagram or Facebook.
  4. Share with your friends on Instagram or Facebook from Beadsaholic pages. 

This giveaway will be open for one week and the winner will be announced on January 14, 2020. Once the Winner has been announced, please send me an email or message on social media with your information, so that your prize can be mailed to you.

Good Luck to all and I look forward to reading your comments!

XO,

Paula

 

123 responses to “PHYA Omamori Lucky Bag Review and Giveaway – winner announced!

  1. I want to keep my job when I return to work I had meningitis before Christmas .. I want my hearing back and my balance too .. I love this bead my oldest friend once gave me a four leaf clover about twenty years ago , I still have it safe, I love the originality of the design too x

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  2. Seen some beautiful stones and detailed jewelry that’s caught my eye on IG by Phya💜
    My wish for 2020 is better health for myself and everyone who needs it ❤️

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  3. I didn’t know this brand but their beads look stuning ! Beautiful Details and varities. I have to check out their site again!

    My wish for 2020 is to stay healthy – me and my family and everyone I know. This is sooo important.

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  4. Very interested in this brand, love this Luck Charm😘. My wish for 2020: hoping to achieve as much as possible this year and peace and happiness for everyone.

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  5. I wish the humanity be more responsible with environent and gelps with causes and donations (like Australia fires, etc). A little from each one can make a HUGE diference. I like a lot the lucky charm and I think is a nice interesting brand to keep an eye 🙂😙

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  6. I have to be honest it’s a brand that I don’t know much and well… But I have to say that I really like this bead. The mouse in the name of the Chinese year of the mouse and because it says luck. Stunning, really beautiful

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  7. Such a cute charm, thank you for introducing this brand. My wish for 2020 is to have good health for me and everyone around me. Good health is priceless. Love your reviews. I cant wait to get home and watch your video.

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  8. I love how datailed are the beads! Really wonderful piece of work! The 🐀 Is lovely ❤️
    I wish to successfully finish my first year on univerzity 😊

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  9. I ‘d love some health for people I love, but I mostly would love that every living creature in the whole world could be without pain, without suffer . This bead is really cute, i do love it!

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  10. I would love for the global situation to be more positive. My selfish wish is to travel more as I love seeing the world. My Chinese sign is a rat or mouse so hopefully it will be a lucky year!

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  11. My wish for 2020 is health – for everbody who is ill to recover and for all others to stay healthy!
    Thank You Paula for this review, as I otherwise would not know about PHYA. And they sure have some lovely beads especially stoppers.

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  12. For 2020 I wish for my mother to have great health and feel wonderful ❤️ Paula, this bead is gorgeous and it seems this brand makes beautiful things. Going to explore the brand in 2020!

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  13. Lovely and coaxing bead! I really like the detail and design. This funny mouse will bring good luck not only this year, as a symbol of the year .. but will always bring good luck! The mouse is in money and good luck! Thanks Paula for the blog and the info! Thank you for sharing such beautiful beads and their stories!

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  14. My wish for this year is to get in better shape and health. I’ve visited a Phya counter in Bangkok before and loved the Rose Gold items, but didn’t end up bringing any home with me! I hope to visit again soon!

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  15. I have a thing for beads with rat or dragon because as per my Chinese zodiac sign, people born in the year of rat and dragon are my “gui ren” or guarding angels. I have a bracelet with some rat and dragon charms. Will be wonderful if I can add this to my collection as my 1st bead in year 2020 😍

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  16. What a cute bead! I have never read anything about that brand before, happy you bring them to us! They have very beautiful designs, with a lot of detail. will look further into this brand.
    My wish for 2020: as probably everyone, I want rain (and all sorts of needed help) for Australia, but more: I want everyone to be safe and healthy this year.

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  17. I was also introduced to this beautiful brand by a great friend who is also a collector. I wish for this year to be a prosperous year to everyone. And lastly I guess everyone needs a little LUCK in 1 way or the other through out the journey in life as the little cute rat will be bringing.

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