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Gold labret in form of a curassow  ca. A.D. 1450  Postclassic   Eastern Nahua   Cast gold  h. 5.9 cm., w. 3.6 cm., d. 2.3 cm. (2 5/16 x 1 7/16 x 7/8 in.)  Place made: Mexico / Oaxaca / Central Mexico  Gallery note: In Mesoamerica the labret, or lip-plug, was a piece of jewelry worn only by noble males in Central Mexico. Inserted through a pierced hole in the lower lip, a labret qualified the wearer’s speech and breath as precious. The Aztec term for king, tlatoani, litera

Gold labret in form of a curassow ca. A.D. 1450 Postclassic Eastern Nahua Cast gold h. 5.9 cm., w. 3.6 cm., d. 2.3 cm. (2 5/16 x 1 7/16 x 7/8 in.) Place made: Mexico / Oaxaca / Central Mexico Gallery note: In Mesoamerica the labret, or lip-plug, was a piece of jewelry worn only by noble males in Central Mexico. Inserted through a pierced hole in the lower lip, a labret qualified the wearer’s speech and breath as precious. The Aztec term for king, tlatoani, litera

(1) Figure of a Warrior, after 1325  Central Mexico, Tetzcoco?, Aztec, Post-Classic Period  gold-silver-copper alloy (cast)

(1) Figure of a Warrior, after 1325 Central Mexico, Tetzcoco?, Aztec, Post-Classic Period gold-silver-copper alloy (cast)

Panama | Pendant, International Style | Cast gold | 5th-7th century

Panama | Pendant, International Style | Cast gold | 5th-7th century

Pre Columbian Jewelry - Gold Dragonfly & Turquoise Semi Precious Stone - Necklaces

Pre Columbian Jewelry - Gold Dragonfly & Turquoise Semi Precious Stone - Necklaces

Late Pre-Classic Chontal - Guerrero Stone Figure ; Chontal Stone Female Figure — Guerrero, Mexico   300 BC - 100 BC   A carved stone figure from Chontal - Guerrero Mountains area of Central Mexico. In the form of a crouching female holding a ceremonial bar. High quality polished green (jade-like) hardstone.

Late Pre-Classic Chontal - Guerrero Stone Figure ; Chontal Stone Female Figure — Guerrero, Mexico 300 BC - 100 BC A carved stone figure from Chontal - Guerrero Mountains area of Central Mexico. In the form of a crouching female holding a ceremonial bar. High quality polished green (jade-like) hardstone.

Elamite gold dog amulet, ca. late 2nd-early 1st millennium BCE

Elamite gold dog amulet, ca. late 2nd-early 1st millennium BCE

Frog pendant Metal, Gold, Pendants, North and Central America, Panama, 11th–16th century, Veraguas, Gold, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Frog pendant Metal, Gold, Pendants, North and Central America, Panama, 11th–16th century, Veraguas, Gold, Metropolitan Museum of Art

An Aztec necklace from the Tomb of Ahuitzotl.Lets trade or sale 4 real goods and healthy items or art items that add real wealth 2 you, more I live without money, happier am I, the world is disgusting everybody looks 4 money and greed, go native and green with renewable energies you won't pay,  https://stargate2freedom.wordpress.com/2011/06/28/health-and-well-being-life-as-an-art-of-living/,

An Aztec necklace from the Tomb of Ahuitzotl.Lets trade or sale 4 real goods and healthy items or art items that add real wealth 2 you, more I live without money, happier am I, the world is disgusting everybody looks 4 money and greed, go native and green with renewable energies you won't pay, https://stargate2freedom.wordpress.com/2011/06/28/health-and-well-being-life-as-an-art-of-living/,

Veracruz Stone Hacha in then form of a Bird  Origin: Mesoamerica Circa: 200 AD to 600 AD Dimensions:16.5” (41.9cm) high x 4.5” (11.4cm) wide x 8” (20.3cm) depth Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Stone

Veracruz Stone Hacha in then form of a Bird Origin: Mesoamerica Circa: 200 AD to 600 AD Dimensions:16.5” (41.9cm) high x 4.5” (11.4cm) wide x 8” (20.3cm) depth Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Stone

The Gold Museum, San Jose, Costa Rica

The Gold Museum, San Jose, Costa Rica

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