Chakana

The Chakana or chacana is a Quechua word that means "ladder". In Aymara, pusi chakani, "the one with the four bridges". It is a symbol of more than 4,000 years old, original of the pre-Columbian peoples, especially of the central Andes and therefore of the Inca culture (southern Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, western Bolivia, Chile and Argentina). MeriTomasa offers you a sterling silver version faithful to its original sacred geometry.

Chakana

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  • Chakana Bracelet Quick view
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    Chakana Bracelet

    Chakana in sterling silver, faithful to its original sacred geometry, in the form of a bracelet. Nylon bracelet with sliding knots and silver terminals. The Chakana is a Quechua word that means "ladder". In Aymara, pusi chakani, "the one with the four bridges". It is also known as the "Andean cross" or "square cross". The chakana is an ancient symbol,...

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  • Chakana Quick view
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    Chakana Necklace
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    Chakana in sterling silver, faithful to its original sacred geometry, in the form of a pendant. Choose your necklace in nylon (gray or black) or silver chain. Available in small or large size (the small one only with a silver chain, because it weighs little and with nylon it would not look good). The Chakana is a Quechua word that means "ladder". In...

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  • Chakana Keychain Quick view
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    Chakana Keychain

    Chakana in sterling silver, faithful to its original sacred geometry, in the form of a keychain. Standard key ring with 25mm ring. The whole piece, including the keychain, is made of sterling silver (I don't use metal keychains with a silver plating). The Chakana is a Quechua word that means "ladder". In Aymara, pusi chakani, "the one with the four...

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