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.
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.
Stunningly simple and elegant, our hand-wrought sterling silver chakana pendant rises softly with its slightly convex surface giving a graceful curve. The chakana shape is rich in shamanic symbolism. Skillfully handcrafted 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.
Constructed like the old fashioned train cases for carrying toiletries, this woven cloth bag is a miniature, softsided version of the classic piece of luggage. Colorful and cute, with a handle and lined. Due to the hand made nature of the textiles each piece is unique and varied in color. Carrying strap is 7 inches long. Made in Peru.
Magnificantly hand-crafted chunky pendant with intricate alpaca silver details encasing semi-precious Peruvian amethyst. This pendant features three archetypes of Incan cosmology: Sachamama, serpent of the south; Jaguar, or Otorongo of the west; and the condor-eagle, Apuchin, of the east. Silver spiral swirls with draping strands of silver encase the central stone. The small inset is purple spondylus as is the inset in the bail. Approximately 2 inches long including bail and .75 inch wide. Handcrafted in Cusco, Peru.
An exquisitely and heavily hand-beaded Q'ero ch'ullo or hat. Hand knit of colorful wool and hand beaded with white glass beads. Embellished with multiple brightly colored tassels. This type of hat is worn by the Q'ero for special feast days and ceremonies. Peruvian Fair Trade.