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  1. Shell Peruvian

    Pulled from the shores in and around Peru and still encrusted with remains of barnacles, a shell like this can be seen on many a Peruvian curandero's or mesa carrier's mesa and are often used in ceremonial purposes. The shell is often affiliated with the west, with Mamakilla, the moon, or water. The shell is sometimes seen in the center of a mesa too. Sometimes they are filled with sand and are used for burning incense. Our shells range in size from 3 - 4 inches across the longest dimension and 2.5 - 3 across the shortest dimension.  They stand approximately 1 - 1.5 inches deep. However you use your shell, use it with love and respect for all creation. Peru.

    $28.00
  2. Shell Peruvian

    Pulled from the shores in and around Peru and still encrusted with remains of barnacles, a shell like this can be seen on many a Peruvian curandero's or mesa carrier's mesa and are often used in ceremonial purposes. The shell is often affiliated with the west, with Mamakilla, the moon, or water. The shell is sometimes seen in the center of a mesa too. Sometimes they are filled with sand and are used for burning incense. However you use your shell, use it with love and respect for all creation. Peru.

    $27.00
  3. Shell Peruvian

    Pulled from the shores in and around Peru and still encrusted with remains of barnacles, a shell like this can be seen on many a Peruvian curandero's or mesa carrier's mesa and are often used in ceremonial purposes. The shell is often affiliated with the west, with Mamakilla, the moon, or water. The shell is sometimes seen in the center of a mesa too. Sometimes they are filled with sand and are used for burning incense. Our shells range in size from 3 - 4 inches across the longest dimension and 2.5 - 3 across the shortest dimension.  They stand approximately 1 - 1.5 inches deep. However you use your shell, use it with love and respect for all creation. Peru.

    $28.00
  4. Shell Peruvian

    Pulled from the shores in and around Peru and still encrusted with remains of barnacles, a shell like this can be seen on many a Peruvian curandero's or mesa carrier's mesa and are often used in ceremonial purposes. The shell is often affiliated with the west, with Mamakilla, the moon, or water. The shell is sometimes seen in the center of a mesa too. Sometimes they are filled with sand and are used for burning incense. Our shells range in size from 3 - 4 inches across the longest dimension and 2.5 - 3 across the shortest dimension.  They stand approximately 1 - 1.5 inches deep. However you use your shell, use it with love and respect for all creation. Peru.

    $28.00
  5. Shell Lion Paw

    Lyropecten nodosa, otherwise known as Lion's Paw shells, are a strong heavy shell. They are normally found to a depth of 100 feet on the surface of the bottom of the ocean, almost always a rocky bottom. These shells can be used for ceremonial purposes.

    $6.00
  6. Abalone Shell - 4.5-5.5 inch

    Nice abalone shells great for use as a smudge vessel. Approximately 5-5.5 inches long and 4-5 inches wide.

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