Peru, North Highlands, Chavín de Huantar(?) | Nose Ornament, Chavín style | Cast Gold | ca. 500 - 200 BC

Peru, North Highlands, Chavín de Huantar(?) | Nose Ornament, Chavín style | Cast Gold | ca. 500 - 200 BC

Peru, North Highlands, Chavín de Huantar(?) | Nose Ornament, Chavín style | Cast Gold | ca. 500 - 200 BC

Peru, North Highlands, Chavín de Huantar(?) | Nose Ornament, Chavín style | Cast Gold | ca. 500 - 200 BC

Beyond El Dorado,power gold and gold in ancient Colombia. British Museum 2013

Beyond El Dorado,power gold and gold in ancient Colombia. British Museum 2013

Nose Ornament    Date:      2nd–6th century  Geography:      Peru  Culture:      Vicús  Medium:      Gold  Dimensions:      H. 2 5/8 x W. 3 5/8 in. (6.7 x 9.3 cm)   Classification:      Metal-Ornaments

Nose Ornament Date: 2nd–6th century Geography: Peru Culture: Vicús Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. 2 5/8 x W. 3 5/8 in. (6.7 x 9.3 cm) Classification: Metal-Ornaments

Pre Incan artifact (Nazca - Peru) I do not know where else to pin this =

Pre Incan artifact (Nazca - Peru) I do not know where else to pin this =

Plaque, c. 500-200 BC Peru, North Coast, Chongoyape(?), Chavín style (1000-200 BC) hammered and cut gold Cleveland Museum of Art

Plaque, c. 500-200 BC Peru, North Coast, Chongoyape(?), Chavín style (1000-200 BC) hammered and cut gold Cleveland Museum of Art

Seahorse Effigy Pendant  Gran Coclé  Gold, 700-1500 CE  artifacts originally used in the ritual practices of the people of Gran Coclé. The exhibition includes more than 200 items – gold artifacts used as personal adornments and symbols of authority for social, political, and religious elites. A portion of the exhibit examines the rise of metallurgy in the Western Hemisphere and the role that the creation and use of gold ornaments played in the complex cultural networks of early central…

Seahorse Effigy Pendant Gran Coclé Gold, 700-1500 CE artifacts originally used in the ritual practices of the people of Gran Coclé. The exhibition includes more than 200 items – gold artifacts used as personal adornments and symbols of authority for social, political, and religious elites. A portion of the exhibit examines the rise of metallurgy in the Western Hemisphere and the role that the creation and use of gold ornaments played in the complex cultural networks of early central…

MocheGoldNecklace

Mathematician knows location of lost Maya Gold – UPDATE

MocheGoldNecklace

Pair of Nariño Discs | ca. 800 - 1500 A.D. | Gold (probably 20k or higher); embossed with human faces in high relief | Est. 15'000 - 20'000$ ~ (Nov '10)

Pair of Nariño Discs | ca. 800 - 1500 A.D. | Gold (probably 20k or higher); embossed with human faces in high relief | Est. 15'000 - 20'000$ ~ (Nov '10)

Colombia. Figura colgante, estilo Tairona. Oro fundido siglo 10 al 16.

Colombia. Figura colgante, estilo Tairona. Oro fundido siglo 10 al 16.

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