This very special chumpi stone set is made from what the Peruvians call Meteorite or Hiwaya stone. Energized and powerful! This unique set consists of seven stones and comes with a beaded tie (watana) and a vintage ceremonial woven cloth. The cloths are unique, so yours may vary slightly from the photo.
Each stone measures approximately 2.5 x 2.5 inches.
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.
All eggs are unique. Your Pachamama egg may vary slightly from the photo shown. Comes in its own hand woven pouch. Your bag design & color may vary from photograph. Hand-carved in the Land of the Incas, Peru.
Carved stone, amaru arte, the Sacred Serpent, Sachamama, beautifully hand-carved by Peruvian artists Abelardo and Luz Marina. Perfect for calling in amaru's south grounding energy to your mesa, altar or other sacred space. Comes in a colorful handwoven pouch. Crafted in Peru.
Discounted: Minor break during shipping - now repaired and looking for a forever home. Slightly rough around the repaired spot (on arm) and not seen in photos.
The Spiral Goddess is a symbol of feminine power, fertility, celebration, and surrender. Each palm-sized goddess is unique in shape and size. The skillfully carved spirals represent cycles, journeys and even the continuous cycle of life itself.
Crystal Quartz: Known for powerful cleansing and positive vibes
Our intricately hand carved, alabaster-like stone tile features the revered Incan animal totem Otorongo, the Jaguar. Orotongo is protected by 12 encircling symbols for the sacred mountains, or apus, and leaps in bas relief over other Andean symbols. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina in Peru.
The set of 12 Peruvian Chumpi Stones are associated with the 12 mountains in the Sacred Valley near Cusco in Peru. These delicately hand-carved, alabaster-like stones are used by some shamanic practitioners in their ceremonial healings. Each stone measures approximately 1.25 - 1.5 inches in size.
Each features a delightfully detailed rendering of a traditional Peruvian motif carved into its surface. Use in ceremony or as artes on your altar cloth / mesa. Comes with beautiful mestana (each cloth is unique and will vary from the cloth shown), beaded watana (tie) and rattle.
A cute and clever carving of the sacred service animal of the Inca and their descendants, the llama. Used for toting and for its warm fur, this llama is carefully cut from Machu Pichu stone. Made in Peru.
The Peruvian 13 Moons Chumpi Stone is hand carved with 13 ringed points. These represent 13 moons and honor the unique energy of the Incan moon goddess, Mama Killa, or Mother Moon. The underside of the piece bears a carving of three coca leaves. The top etched designs can vary. This piece is perfect for a home altar or mesa. Crafted in Peru.
This hand carved incense burner is fashioned from a very dense metallic stone. Hiwaya, in Quechua, has similar properties to hematite. Ready to burn resins and herbs in your sacred space. Because this is a handcrafted item, each may vary slightly.
Our intricately detailed, hand carved, alabaster-like stone tile features the revered Incan animal totem Amaru, the serpent. Amaru rests coiled in bas relief on a background of other Andean symbols. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina in Peru. Keep Amaru in the south on your mesa or altar.
Due to the handmade style of carving, please allow for minor variations in size, color and symbols.
Our finely hand carved, alabaster-like round stone tile features the revered Incan animal totem Amaru, the serpent. Amaru rests coiled in bas relief on a background of other Andean symbols representing god of lightning, wind, coca leaf kintu, protection for the home, sacred hummingbird, and agricultural field crop furrows and others. The outer carved ring around the piece represents the twelve Sacred apus, or spirits, of the Andean mountains. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina in Peru.
Intricately hand carved, alabaster-like circular stone tile featuring the sacred Siwar Kenti, also Siwar Q'ent or siwarkinte, Hummingbird. Shown in bas relief, the totem bird of the north is encircled by symbols of the 12 sacred apus,, or mountains, and other Andean symbols such as the sacred three coca leaf kintu and chakana. The symbols on your tile may differ slightly in placement from photo due to handmade nature. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina in Peru.
Carefully carved into stone are the Sun and crescent Moon, Inti and MamaKilla, both important entities in Incan cosmology. Carved from stone found in and around Peru referred to as Machu Picchu stone. Use as an artifact for your personal altar space or home décor. Made in Peru.
Masterfully hand carved alabaster-like Apu de 7 Puntas Stone, or Mountain of Seven Points Stone, embodies the energy of the Apus, mountain spirits, and displays the Andean cosmology symbols.
This stone features the carvings of amaru, the sacred serpent Sachamama; Otorongo, the jaguar, and Kuntor, or Apuchin-Condor, among others. Because these are hand-carved, slight variations from photo can occur. Accompanied by its own hand woven drawstring pouch in various colors. Makes a great arte for your mesa or other sacred space. Handcrafted in Peru by Cusco artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina.
Our seven point chumpi stone set is patiently and skillfully carved from what the people of Peru often call "meteorite" or Hiwaya stone. Physically this stone is very heavy and energetically very alive. Comes in textile drawstring bag. Hand made in Peru.
Masterly hand carved stone piece of Twelve Mountain peaks embodying the energy of the Apus (mountain spirits) and the Andean cosmology and symbology by Cusco shamanic artists Abelardo and Luz Marina. Each symbol in the cardinal directions represents the guardians of the Apus:
A three leaf symbol of the kintu, the coca leaves used often in ceremony, is carved onto the bottom of the arte. Comes with it own wool bag, color may vary. Crafted in Peru.