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|Sodalite||A deep blue gemstone, similar in color to lapis lazuli.
|Crisocola||A greenish-blue gemstone.|
|Nacar||Also called Mother of Pearl, is an organic-inorganic substance produced in the shell of many mollusks. It is white, hard and brilliant with iridiscent tones, and used in jewelry for its beauty.|
|Spondylus||Mollusk found on the coast of Peru and Ecuador. Its shell has been used since Pre Columbian times as an offering to the Pachamama and as a currency to the Andean people.The Moche people of ancient Peru also used the shells in their art.|
|Mate Burilado||An artisan technique perfected through many generations in which the surface of a special kind of gourd called mate is engraved with delicate designs and images. Special tools, such as the buril, are used to burn the gourd and produce shades of colors.|
|Chakana||The Chakana cross is an Incan or pre-Incan symbol that represented their cultural, spiritual, and mystical values. The stepped cross represents the cardinal points of the compass, and contains a superimposed square symbolizing three levels of existance: Hana Pacha, Kay Pacha, and Ukhu or Urin Pacha.
|Lineas de Nazca||The Nazca Lines are a series of large ancient geoglyphs produced on the ground and located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru, created by the Nazca culture between 500 BC and 500 AD. Many of the shapes are simple lines, but more than 70 are zoomorphic designs of animals such as birds, fish, monkeys, llamas, jaguars or human figures also trees and flowers. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.|