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Carved from Peruvian huamanga stone, this detailed closed right hand, complete with fingernails and skin folds, clutches a corn cob in the palm, as a right-facing serpent spirals around the wrist to the back. This carving is symbolic of the Incan Brotherhood. Use as an arte on your personal altar. Hand carved in Peru.
Our intricately detailed, hand carved, alabaster-like stone piece features the revered Incan animal totem Amaru, the serpent. Amaru rests in a coiled position, holding its sacred position as the totem animal of the underworld. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelaro and Luz Marina. Keep Amaru in the south on your mesa or altar. Peruvian made.
The frog is one of the revered animals in the Incan cosmology, representing one of their three realms, the area beneath the ground. This one, with his mouth open and tongue poised for striking his lunch, is hand carved in Peru. A nice addition to your mesa. Slight variation from image may occur due to the hand made nature of the product.
Each kernel on this corn cob totem is carefully hand-carved from Cusco stone, an alabaster-like stone. Created by shamanic artists Abelardo & Luz Marina. A great addition for your altar. Product may vary slightly from image due to the handmade nature. Hand crafted in Peru.
Stylized stone hand carvings of each of the sacred Four Directions animal totems: serpent, jaguar, hummingbird and condor. These four pieces are perfect for your sacred medicine bundle or mesa, or altar, space. Each piece is no more than 2.25 inches high. Handmade in Peru.
The chakana, or Inca Cross, is a powerful symbol of the Andes' ancient cultures and is considered the most complete sacred geometrical design for the Incas. This symbol is often seen at ancient sites and sacred centers though out the Andes of Peru and Bolivia. This piece is made from "Machu Picchu stone" - similar to serpentine. Hand carved in Peru.
Masterly hand carved stone piece of Twelve Mountain peaks embodying the energy of the Apus (mountain spirits) and the Andean cosmology and symbology by Cusco shamanic artists Abelardo & Luz Marina. Each peak is identified on the piece. A three leaf symbol of the kintu, the coca leaves used often in ceremony, is carved onto the bottom of the arte. Crafted in Peru.