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Complement your singing bowl and meditation practice with this elegant brocade cushion for your singing bowl. The pillow can also be used for the display of statues, jewelry and other objects of beauty. The durable brocade is a mix of silk and synthetic fibers. Measures 7 inches square - plus or minus 0.5 inches and approx. 1.5 inches thick. Corner tassels. Coordinated color center tuft yarn. Your Choice of Colors. Made in Nepal.
Our cacho seed shaker features a colorful textile strap with a velcro closure making it easy to slip onto your wrist or ankle. The cacho depicted on the left has pieces and half shells, giving it a higher pitched sound. The one on the right is strung using full seeds, giving it a deeper pitched sound. Sold Individually. Let us choose one for you. Handcrafted in Peru.
Cute as can be, this tiny rattle is perfect for travel with a smaller, yet strong sound. Made in Peru by the Shipibo of natural gourd and chonta wood, the bowl is hand etched with the totems and symbols of their jungle cosmology. Trimmed with colorful thread windings above and below the bowl, the top is trimmed with the delicate and colorful molted feathers of Amazon avians. Choice of styles. Sizes approximate. 7.5 inches long and 1.5 inches bowl width.
Crafted in Peru this small solid brass bell has a clear sweet sound. The handle features a chakana a powerful symbol of the Andes' ancient cultures and is considered the most complete sacred geometrical design for the Incas. This symbol is often seen at ancient sites and sacred centers though out the Andes of Peru and Bolivia.
Our fair trade, hand carved gourd maracas are made in Central Peru. The gourds are grown in the warm Central Valleys of the Andes, the costal oasis and in the jungles. After harvest they are thoroughly dried, skinned and then sanded smooth. The designs are carved on the gourd without sketching creating many intricate designs. Our designs vary let us pick one for you. Gourd carving is one of the oldest art forms in Peru and dates back to 2,500 BC. Sold Individually.