Pink / red natuarl abalone shells with a shiny inner. Beautiful Mama Cocha shells - Mama Coucha: Meaning Mother of the waters. These are naturally finished with a shiny inside. Finish varies and is natural - different shell to shell.
USE: Generally - used as a smudge or offering dish in ritual and ceremony. Great representation of the sea and oceans. Many cultures use these to represent water and bring to an altar.
Used as a smudging dish for sage by native American Indians or a Sacred Object.
Mama Cocha is the Inka Goddess of the Sea, "Sea Mother or Mother of the Oceans". Protecting fisherman and sailors, preventing storms and calming the waters. These sacred shells can for ceremony, smudging incense or using as a symbolic gesture on an Altar. Shells are used in a variety of ways. For ritual and ceremony if could be for a despacho prayer bundle or for an altar whereby you can add representations for the seas and oceans. These shells are deep and add a lightness being able to fill them with water.
Can be also used a a small smudge dish for burning leaves or kintu prayer sticks.
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