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    Shaman_Face_Shell_Carving Shaman_Face_Shell_Carving

    Shaman Face Shell Carving

    Beautiful pearlescent nacar shell from the Peruvian coast carved into the face of a shaman and featuring Peruvian turquoise eyes. Peru.

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    Retail Price: $85.00

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  2. Sican Warrior Metalwork

    Sican Warrior Metalwork

    From a private collection, this pressed tin warrior resembles the type and subject of metalwork from the Sicán culture, which flourished on the north coast of Peru from about A.D. 700 to about 1375. This human-like image likely represents a Sicán warrior carrying a club and shield. The broad, slightly curved face, almond-shaped eyes, broad flat nose, small mouth, with laugh-lines around it and the protusions at the sides that look like stylized ears are typical features of some Sicán works. Learn More
    $50.00

  3. St. Anthony Palo Santo Carving

    St. Anthony Palo Santo Carving

    Hand Carved Palo Santo wood statues of St. Anthony. St. Anthony is popular in Peruivan culture and he is the Patron Saint associated with the return of lost articles and missing persons. St. Anthony statuettes are also carried for the return of a lost lover. Peru.

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    $4.00

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    Stone Carved Llama

    An cute and clever carving of the sacred service animal of the Inca and their descendents, the llama. Used for toting and for its warm fur, this llama is carefully cut from Machu Pichu stone. Made in Peru.

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    $24.00

  5. Stone_Carved_Pipe_-_Head__-_Eye Stone_Carved_Pipe_-_Head__-_Eye

    Stone Carved Pipe - Head - Eye

    This pipe is skillfully carved from stone found in and around Peru referred to as Machu Pichu stone. The bowl is a carved head. Additional carving is applied to the stem. Some variation in patterns occur due to the hand made nature of the pipe. Peru. Learn More
    $20.00

  6. Stone_Carved_Pipe_-_Jaguar Stone_Carved_Pipe_-_Jaguar

    Stone Carved Pipe - Jaguar

    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 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. Learn More
    $20.00

  7. Stone_Carved_Sipan_Figures Stone_Carved_Sipan_Figures

    Stone Carved Sipan Figures

    This carved stone couple commemorate fertility.  They wear headdresses shaped as the Pre-Incan or Incan ceremonial cutting instrument called a tumi. Reminescent of the Moche carvings found in the northern Peruvian Sipán site, this male and female duo are carved from what is known locally as Machu Pichu stone found in Peru.  

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    $50.00

  8. Stone_Carved_Totem_Trilogy Stone_Carved_Totem_Trilogy

    Stone Carved Totem Trilogy

    These three animals, condor, jaguar and serpent, represent each of the three realms of the Inca cosmology, the area above the ground; the ground, and the area beneath the ground. Carefully carved in Peru. Learn More

    Retail Price: $60.00

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  9. Sun and Moon Stone Carving Sun and Moon Stone Carving

    Sun and Moon Stone Carving

    Carefully carved into stone are the sun and crescent moon, Pachamama and MamaKilla, both important entities in Incan cosmology. Carved from stone found in and around Peru referred to as Machu Pichu stone.

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    $48.00

  10. White Metal Tara 2.25 in.

    White Tara 2.25 in.

    White Tara was born from a tear of the Boddhisatwa of compassion, Avalokiteswora. She holds a very prominent position in Tibet and Nepal. White Tara (Sanskrit: Sitatara; Tibetan: Sgrol-dkar) is sometimes called the Mother of all Buddhas and she represents the motherly aspect of compassion. Her white color signifies purity, wisdom and truth. In religious practice, White Tara is believed to help her followers overcome obstacles, espeically those that inhibit the practice of religion. She is also associated with longevity. This small 2.25" White Tara is crafted in India of white metal in brass tone.

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    $11.95

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