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The whiskers on the face of this pipe's carving on the bowl suggest it to be one of the revered animals in the Incan cosmology, the jaguar, ortorongo. The pipe itself is small and skillfully carved from stone found in and around Peru referred to as Machu Pichu stone. Additional carving appears on the stem. Some variation in patterns occur due to the hand made nature of the pipe. Peru.
This small pipe is skillfully carved from stone found in and around Peru referred to as Machu Pichu stone. The bowl features a carved condor head and other traditional designs are seen applied to the stem. Approximately 3.5 inches long and less than 1 inch high. Suitable for carrying in your pocket. Carved in Peru.
Kuan Yin (also spelled Guan Yin, Kwan Yin) is the bodhisattva of compassion venerated by East Asian Buddhists. Commonly known as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin (Guan Shi Yin) which means "Observing the Sounds of the World
Heart shape lovingly carved from the wood of the intriguing Palo Santo, or Holy Stick, tree which represents both the life-force creating Mother and cycle of dissolution. Use these hearts on your personal altar or other space to represent these archetypes and enjoy the gentle fragrance which emanates from the heart. Choose from three sizes: 2, 2.5 or 3 inches.
The llama is the most cherished animal of Peru and the ultimate symbol of service. The Inca deity Urcuchillay was depicted in the form of a multicolored llama. This solid brass stylized statue of the standing camelid is a great arte for your altar or mesa. Adopt this llama as your own symbol of service. Choose from sizes shown below.
Our intricately hand carved, alabaster-like stone tile features the revered Incan animal totem Kuntur, Condor. Kuntur is encircled by a ring of the 12 sacred apus, or mountains, and glides in bas relief over other Andean cosmology symbols. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelaro and Luz Marina in Peru.