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Pre-Columbian Muisca Pendant
This pendant was inspired by a Female figure, a popular object among the Muiscas of Central Colombian plateau.
24 Karat gold plate over pewter. 18” gold-plate chain.


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Pre-Columbian Muisca Pendant

Pre-Columbian Nose Ornate Earrings This semicircular shape was inspired by a Pre-Columbian nose ornament. Nose ornaments were among the earliest forms of facial ornaments, particularly in Colombia. 13th-16th Century.
24 Karat gold-plate over pewter. Sterling silver posts.

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Pre-Columbian Nose Ornate Earrings

Pre-Columbian Tolima Roller Seal Earrings The design of the earrings was inspired by a rare Valdivia stone, Equador, 3300-2000 BC. The abstract roller seal figure with spectacle-like eyes reminiscent of Cycladic idols. A Calima/Tumaco La Tolita.
24 Karat gold plate over pewter. Enhanced by black Onyx. Sterling silver posts.
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Pre-Columbian Tolima Roller Seal Earrings

Pre-Columbian Sinu Nose Ornate Earrings
Inspired by a Nose ornament, Sinu Culture, 5th -10th century.
24 Karat gold-plate over pewter. Sterling silver posts.

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Pre-Columbian Sinu Nose Ornate Earrings

Pre-Columbian Nose Ornate Earrings This semicircular shape was inspired by a Pre-Columbian nose ornament. Nose ornaments were among the earliest forms of facial ornaments, particularly in Colombia. 13th-16th Century.
24 Karat gold-plate over pewter. Enhanced by Onyx & Carnelian beads. Sterling silver posts.
Pre-Columbian Nose Ornate Earrings

Pre-Columbian Poporo Earrings The Pre-Columbian Poporo symbol is one of the most recognized Pre-Columbian indigenous art pieces, and has been depicted in the Colombian currency, in coins and bills. In Colombia, the Poporos are found in pottery and carved stones of chibcha, muisca, and Quimbaya cultures.
The Poporo is the symbol of manhood. For a man the Poporo is a good companion that means "food", "woman", "memory" and "meditation".
24 Karat gold-plate over pewter. Sterling silver posts.


Pre-Columbian Poporo Earrings

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