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  1. Shell_-_Pearl_Troca

    Shell - Pearl Troca

    Highly polished pearl Troca shell.

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  2. Shell_Lion_Paw

    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.

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  3. Shell_Peruvian Shell_Peruvian

    Shell Peruvian

    Pulled from the shores in and around Peru and still encrusted with remains of barnacles, these shells can be seen on many a curandero's mesa and are often used in ceremonial purposes. Peru.

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  4. Shell_Peruvian Shell_Peruvian

    Shell Peruvian

    Pulled from the shores in and around Peru and still encrusted with remains of barnacles, these shells can be seen on many a curandero's mesa and are often used in ceremonial purposes. Peru.

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  5. 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
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