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Exquisitely hand-carved and beautifully rendered, our alabaster-like, egg-shaped stone represents the Andean feminine, Pachamama Herself, and teams with Andean totems and symbols, such as otorongo (jaguar), kuntur, (condor), amaru (serpent), chakana, (cross) among many others. Hand carved so all eggs are unique. Your Pachamama egg may vary slightly from the photo shown. Egg comes in its own hand woven pouch. Your bag design may vary slightly from photograph. Handcarved in the Land of the Incas, Peru.
This hand carved stone piece with 13 ringed points represents 13 moons and honors the unique energy of the Incan moon goddess, Mamakilla, or Mother Moon. The reverse side of the piece bears a carving of three power animals of Andean cosmology and symbology: Sachamama or Amaru, the serpent; Otorongo, the cougar; and Kuntur or Apuchin, the condor. Measures 5 x 5 x 3 inches. Perfect for your home altar. Crafted in Peru.
This Tibetan conch shankar was designed to be played as a ritual trumpet. Fashioned from a white conch shell, it is heavily decorated and embellished with turquoise and red stones, which are said to represent good energy. Ours is finished in inlay of tiny square turquoise tiles and antiqued white metal ornaments of the Eight Auspicious Symbols and dorjes and double dorjes. Faceted stones are also used. Colorful cloth ribbons with tassels and beads hang from the pointed end. Knotted black leather cord is applied for ease of carrying. Shell measures 10 inches long and is 4.5 inches wide. Ribons and cord are 17 inches long. Made in Nepal.