shell pendant made from a repurposed fork and accented with Malachite.
detailed artisan pendant featuring a stunning red Spondylus shell and
accented with Malachite. The Spondylus shell carries a lot of significance in
the indigenous Quechua community in Peru. Mullu, or the Quechua word for the
Spondylus, dates as far back as 4200BC when the Incas used the shell in
jewelry, art, and spiritual ceremonies and considered it "the food of
the Gods". The other stone featured in this piece is Malachite, which
assists in positive transformations and prosperity.|