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.
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.
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.
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.
This resin formed Medicine Buddha statue holds in his right hand the stem of the Aruna fruit or Myrobalan between thumb and forefinger. The left hand rests on his lap, holding a jar of medicine. Statue is suitable for your home altar or other sacred space. Nepal.
This resin-formed Medicine Buddha holds in his right hand the stem of the Aruna fruit or Myrobalan between thumb and forefinger. The left-hand rests on their lap, holding a jar of medicine. Made with love for your home altar or other sacred space. Handcrafted in Nepal.
Spiritually brighten up your space with this strikingly beautiful Buddha statue. This resin statue is a hand crafted work of art. The Buddha is draped in an antique red robe falling gracefully about his crossed legs. Mosaic glasswork and tiny mirrors on the robe contrast superbly with the black finish of the statue. Buddha's left hand facing upward, lies in his lap in Dhyana (meditation) Mudra. His right hand hangs over his knee, fingertips pointing to the ground in Bhumisparsha Mudra. This mudra symbolizes enlightenment, as well as steadfastness as it is associated with subduing the daemon Mara. Hand-finished, minor variations and imperfections add to the artistic character of each piece.
Our turquoise colored Green Tara statue is made from a resin and hydrostone mix. She is associated with enlightened activity and abundance. Here she is seated in her customary pose on a cushion of lotus flower pedals. While her left leg is folded in the contemplative position, her right leg is outstretched, ready to spring into action. Green Tara's left hand is in the refuge-granting mudra (gesture); her right hand makes the boon-granting (giving) gesture. Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha is considered to be Green Tara's mantra, although sometimes it is used as the main mantra for all the 21 Tara forms. A perfect addition to your home altar. Hand made in Nepal.