This small pipe is skillfully carved from stone found in and around Peru referred to as Machu Picchu stone. The bowl features a carved condor head and other traditional designs are seen applied to the stem. Suitable for carrying in your pocket. Carved in Peru.
This new smaller torus-shaped khuya, or stone, comes from the Cusco region of Peru. Khuyas, or stones, are commonly used as artes on the Peruvian curandero's or curandera's mesa or personal altar. A perfect addition to your home altar, too. Each one is hand made in Peru and stone color and shape may vary slightly from picture.
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.
Beautiful hand-crafted pendant with intricate details in silverwork encasing a polished semi-precious Peruvian jade cabochon. This pendant features the Amaru, some call her sachamama, the serpent, a creature that figures prominently in Incan cosmology. Additional center dark purple stone is set off by sterling silver. Silver feathers frame the beautiful central crystal stone. Made in Peru.
Invoke the spirit of service on your altar. These adorable llamas are made from real and very soft alpaca fur. They feature red and white yarn bridles & ear tassels and have a cloth blanket on their fluffy backs. A thin white string is present so the llama can hang as an ornament of on your altar. Representing service, as they do in the Andes, these pack animals have their jobs to do. Peru.