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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.
A beautifully handmade prayer flag depicting the sacred medicinal Stinging Nettle plant in a vertical orientation. Rectangular flag measures approx. 16 inches wide by 36 inches tall and is ready to be slipped over a bamboo pole to insert in the ground or plant container. Made in USA. Pole not included.
Hand carved ceremonial chonta wood staff like those used by the shamans of the Peruvian North Coast in connection with their healing ceremonies. Typically arranged in an upright row at the head of the ceremonial altar ground, along with swords or long knives, it is believed the staff holds the energy of the shaman's many helpful, healing saints and spirits, represented by the image carved into the staff. Also used as a part of the all-night San Pedro ceremony. Since the staffs are hand-carved, slight variations occur.