www.gogoanhalzer.com  PLATO PRECOLOMBINO Plato precolombino de la cultura Carchi.  PRE-COLOMBIAN PLATE This Pre-colombian plate belonged to the Carchi culture.   Foto: Museo Colección Anhalzer - Valdivieso

www.gogoanhalzer.com PLATO PRECOLOMBINO Plato precolombino de la cultura Carchi. PRE-COLOMBIAN PLATE This Pre-colombian plate belonged to the Carchi culture. Foto: Museo Colección Anhalzer - Valdivieso


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www.gogoanhalzer.com  This Pre-colombian plate belonged to the Carchi culture. Plato precolombino de la cultura Carchi.  www.gogoanhalzer.com

www.gogoanhalzer.com This Pre-colombian plate belonged to the Carchi culture. Plato precolombino de la cultura Carchi. www.gogoanhalzer.com

Pre Colombian Annular Necklace

Pre Colombian Annular Necklace

CULTURA JAMA-COAQUE This Antique indigenous community that in between the years of 500 B.C. and 1531 A.C lived in the zones between Cabo San Francisco, in Emeralds; all the way to the north of Manabí. The expressive and esthetic wealth of their gold and clay representations has taken the Jama-Coaque indigenous culture to be claim as very baroque, and to be considered as a very important of the antique art from Ecuador.” Picture: Museo colección Anhalzer - Valdivieso www.gogoanhalzer.com

CULTURA JAMA-COAQUE This Antique indigenous community that in between the years of 500 B.C. and 1531 A.C lived in the zones between Cabo San Francisco, in Emeralds; all the way to the north of Manabí. The expressive and esthetic wealth of their gold and clay representations has taken the Jama-Coaque indigenous culture to be claim as very baroque, and to be considered as a very important of the antique art from Ecuador.” Picture: Museo colección Anhalzer - Valdivieso www.gogoanhalzer.com

SPONDYLUS NECKLACE This necklace was elaborated by Ecuadorian Pre-Columbian cultures by using the splendid spondylus shell as their main material.  www.gogoanhalzer.com

SPONDYLUS NECKLACE This necklace was elaborated by Ecuadorian Pre-Columbian cultures by using the splendid spondylus shell as their main material. www.gogoanhalzer.com

Pre Columbian stamp and seal collection- #2- Princeton University Library

Pre Columbian stamp and seal collection- #2- Princeton University Library

"G" is for Gold. Colombia has the most important Gold Museum in the world. With very exquisite and special pieces from the Pre-Columbian period. This "Museo del Oro" is located in the downtown of Bogotá, our capital city. Come and visit us in www.Going2Colombia.com

"G" is for Gold. Colombia has the most important Gold Museum in the world. With very exquisite and special pieces from the Pre-Columbian period. This "Museo del Oro" is located in the downtown of Bogotá, our capital city. Come and visit us in www.Going2Colombia.com

Pre-colombian seals are pieces of clay, usually created in a cylindrical and flat shape, on different sizes that vary on length and width and with setoff drawings. They were used to mark bodies and fabrics. This Precolombian inheritance is a never ending source of design.

Pre-colombian seals are pieces of clay, usually created in a cylindrical and flat shape, on different sizes that vary on length and width and with setoff drawings. They were used to mark bodies and fabrics. This Precolombian inheritance is a never ending source of design.

#Precolumbian big sculpture

#Precolumbian big sculpture

RECOLUMBIAN CULTURE LA TOLITA  Their amazing artisans work with clay and precious metals. Did you know that this culture was the first one to work with platinum? For example, this same precious metal wasn’t used by European Cultures until the XVIII century. (Photo Museo Colección Anhalzer Valdivieso)  www.gogoanhalzer.com

RECOLUMBIAN CULTURE LA TOLITA Their amazing artisans work with clay and precious metals. Did you know that this culture was the first one to work with platinum? For example, this same precious metal wasn’t used by European Cultures until the XVIII century. (Photo Museo Colección Anhalzer Valdivieso) www.gogoanhalzer.com

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