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  1. Andean Woven Bracelet

    Handmade woven bracelets featuring natural dyed yarns in the traditional style of the Awamaki. Loop and tie closure. Bracelets range from 5.75 to 7.5 inch long and 0.5 - 1 inch wide. Picture shows some of our color and style variations. Let us choose one or more for you. Sold individually. Handmade in Peru.

  2. Andean Woven Bracelet w/Beads

    Handmade woven bracelet featuring natural dyed yarns embellished with a single row of beaded trim on either side in the traditional style of the Peruvian weavers living in and around the Cusco area. Loop and tie closure. Bracelet measures between 7 inches long and 1 inch wide inclusive of beading. Handmade in Peru.

  3. Manta Inca Friendship Bracelet

    Wear and share these woven Peruvian bangles with traditionally striped Manta Inca pattern from the Andes region.  These bracelets are created from scraps of woven cotton manta cloth traditionally worn by native Andean women.  Stack several bracelets at once for a colorful statement. From the Cuzco region of Peru..  

  4. Nepali Rudraksha Bead Wrist Mala - Stretchy

    Stretchy bracelet made from the seeds of the Rudraksha tree which grows in the foothills of the Himalayas. These same seeds are sometimes used to make malas. These seeds have five divisions, considered to be symbolic of the five faces of Shiva. Beads measure approximately 7mm in diameter. On stretchy cord. Made in Nepal.

  5. Peruvian Chakana Necklace - Center Circle Mother of Pearl

    This chakana talisman necklace made of hand-carved Machupicchu stone, with a mother of pearl circle at its center, hangs from a black woven cord with silvertone bead. Made in Peru.
  6. Peruvian Chakana Necklace - Four Color Stone

    A delightful chakana talisman necklace made of four different colored stones, shaped into the Andean symbol of the Incan civilization. Derived from the Quechua (traditional language of the Incas) word chakay, meaning to cross or to bridge, a chakana is a three-stepped symmetric cross with a hole through the center. Ours is strung on a braided black cord with a silvertone bead. Stone color and position may vary slightly from photograph. Each necklace is handmade in Peru.

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  7. Peruvian Chakana Necklace - Four Color Stone

    A delightful chakana talisman necklace made of four different colored stones, shaped into the Andean symbol of the Incan civilization. Derived from the Quechua (traditional language of the Incas) word chakay, meaning to cross or to bridge, a chakana is a three-stepped symmetric cross with a hole through the center. Ours is strung on a braided black cord with a silvertone bead. Stone color and position may vary slightly from photograph. Each necklace is handmade in Peru.

  8. Peruvian Chakana Necklace - Four Color Stone

    A delightful chakana talisman necklace made of four different colored stones, shaped into the Andean symbol of the Incan civilization. Derived from the Quechua (traditional language of the Incas) word chakay, meaning to cross or to bridge, a chakana is a three-stepped symmetric cross with a hole through the center. Ours is strung on a braided black cord with a silvertone bead. Stone color and position may vary slightly from photograph. Each necklace is handmade in Peru.

  9. Peruvian Chakana Necklace - Two Color Stone

    The Andean symbol of the Incan civilization, our chakana talisman necklace is created from colorful stones in a horizontal pattern. Derived from the Quechua, traditional language of the Incas, word chakay, meaning to cross or to bridge, a chakana is a 3-stepped symmetric cross, sometimes with a hole in the center. Strung on black cord with a silvertone accent bead. Hand carved in Peru.
  10. Peruvian Chakana Necklace - Two Color Stone

    The Andean symbol of the Incan civilization, our chakana talisman necklace is created from colorful stones in a vertical pattern. Derived from the Quechua, traditional language of the Incas, word chakay, meaning to cross or to bridge, a chakana is a 3-stepped symmetric cross, sometimes with a hole in the center. Strung on black cord with a silvertone accent bead. Hand carved in Peru.
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