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Pachacuteq Glass Windchime, Incan Pottery Tile, Turquoise Teal Ceramic Chime, Stained Glass Art, Garden Suncatcher, Garden Hanging Decor

Pachacuteq Glass Windchime, Incan Pottery Tile, Turquoise Teal Ceramic Chime, Stained Glass Art, Garden Suncatcher, Garden Hanging Decor

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Part Number:pacha

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crystal glass beads, stainless steel hanger, steel hook, high fired white stoneware, chainmail rings, stained glass, howlite beads, czech glass beads,

Beautiful turquoise wind chime made from a high fired white stoneware pottery 2000F.

This hand rolled 3-1/2 inch by 3 inch by 1/4 inch thick ( 92mm x 78mm x 6mm) pottery tile was handcarved with the ancient Incan Emperor's Pachakutiq's crest, fired, then painted with non toxic glazes and bits of sterling silver and fired once again.

Five Fingers of semi transparent dark teal (green-blue) stained glass are decorated with glass seed beads, clear quartz crystals chips, crystal glass beads, howlite turquoise beads and chips, and silver Czech glass beads.

Total length from top of hook to bottom is 14 inches long or 36 cm. The hook is made of steel.

*Each creation I make is unique and one of a kind, the photo above is what you will receive. Intensity of color may differ from a pc monitor to a smartphone.*

Pachakutiq Inka Yupanki was the ninth Sapa Inca (1438–1471/1472) of the Kingdom of Cusco which he transformed into the Inca Empire (Tawantinsuyu). Most archaeologists now believe that the famous Inca site of Machu Picchu was built as an estate for Pachacuti.

In Quechua, Pachakutiq means "he who overturns space and time", and Yupanki means "with honor". During his reign, Cusco grew from a hamlet into an empire that could compete with, and eventually overtake, the Chimú. He began an era of conquest that, within three generations, expanded the Inca dominion from the valley of Cusco to nearly the whole of western South America.

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