Figure Pendant | Tairona | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Works in gold made by the Tairona people of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in north Colombia emphasize volume and three-dimensional form. The figure shown here is part of a small group called caciques ("chieftains") because of their flamboyant, awe-inspiring appearance
Bogota’s Museo del Oro, the best museum in Latin America?
The Museo del Oro in Bogota is a magical place. It boasts a wealth of gold objects and other artefacts made from precious metals, sea shells and jade, as well as a number of fantastic pottery piece…
Colombian Gold Sparkles in British Museum Show: Review
The British Museum’s exhibition on Colombian gold conjures up a conquistador’s dream. Its precious treasures gleam in mysterious twilit galleries.
Pendant | Capulí | The Met
Date: 4th–10th century. Geography: Colombia. Culture: Capulí. Medium: Gold. Dimensions: H. 5 5/8 × W. 5 1/8 × D. 1/8 in. (14.3 × 13 × 0.3 cm). Classi...
Columbian Round Pillow
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Pair of Pre-Columbian Gold Ear Ornaments 2506, 75 | Skinner Auctioneers
Bid on Pair of Pre-Columbian Gold Ear Ornaments for sale in auction. Auction Number 2506, Lot Number 75
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Standing Dignitary, Calima Culture, Colombia (200 BC - 600). Find this and other Pre-Columbian art at CuratorsEye.com.
Barakat Gallery Store
Gold Anthropomorphic Pectoral - FJ.6239 Origin: Colombia Circa: 400 AD to 1600 AD Dimensions: 7.25" (18.4cm) high x 3.25" (8.3cm) wide Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Gold