East meets West! The fragrance of Palo Santo wood from South America has now been strung into prayer beads commonly used by Hindus, Buddhists and some Sikhs for the spiritual practice known in Sanskrit as japa. 108 beads. 7/8 mm. Guru bead also made from the palo santo wood. Knotting between beads for ease of moving fingers around the beads when saying prayers. This Mala is 41" in length not including the yarn tassel.
Ekeko is the "God of Abundance and Wealth". These hand made clay dolls are wearing little knit hats, carrying items that represent abundance and are intended to bring their keeper's good fortune. Their hats and clothes vary in color so yours may vary from the photo. Made by a master Ekeko doll maker!
Lovingly hand Carved Palo Santo wood statues of St. Anthony. St. Anthony is popular in Peruvian culture and he is the Patron Saint associated with the return of lost articles and missing persons. St. Anthony statuettes are also carried for the return of a lost lover. Made in Peru.
The Three Sacred Realms in Peruvian shamanism are rendered exquisitely in this brass statue: the curving serpent representing the lower, inner or deep world, referred to by some as the Unhu Pacha; the jaguar representing this present world of the here and now, or the Kay Pacha; and the winged condor representing the upper, higher or superior world, the Hanaq Pacha. Place this piece on your personal sacred space or other place of honor as a tribute to these unseen worlds. Amount of patina can vary. Made in Peru.
What else could this brass statue set represent but fertility? We lovingly refer to them as Pachamama and Pachapapa. Use these figures as you invoke and balance your feminine and masculine energies. Aesthetically appealing brass patina. Handcrafted in Peru.
East meets West! The fragrance of Palo Santo wood from South America has now been strung into prayer beads commonly used by Hindus, Buddhists and some Sikhs for the spiritual practice known in Sanskrit as japa. 108 beads. 9/10 mm. Guru bead also made from Palo Santo wood. Colored yarn tassel.
The llama is the most cherished animal of Peru and the ultimate symbol of service. The Inca deity Urcuchillay was depicted in the form of a multicolored llama. This solid brass stylized statue of the standing camelid is a great arte for your altar or mesa. Adopt this llama as your own symbol of service. Choice of height sizes.