Shaman - Flute - 2912

Shaman - Flute - 2912
Slightly more than 4.5 cm tall, 24 k gold plated.
Includes natural stone necklace with an adjustable cord. Your choice of stones, either green machelite, or golden brown tiger eye. The machelite is on a light brown cord while the tiger eye is on a darker brown cord, almost chocolate.

A replica of a pre-Columbian musical shaman from Southern Costa Rica. Note his serpentine hair, his flute, a drum, and the upper calf ligatures typical of a Shaman.

The Chibchan pre-Columbian Indians occupied what is today is roughly the area between and including Costa Rica and Colombia. Some of the Chibchan tribes in what is today Colombia were the first to discover the techniques for working gold, particularly the lost wax method. They made beautiful gold jewelry and traded as far north as the Maya and down south to the Inca. These pieces are faithful replicas of genuine pre-Columbian artifacts. To make them out of the gold & copper alloys the Indians used would make the prohibitively expensive, so these are made with bronze, coated with nickel and finally 24k gold plated.

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UPC:   2912     ISBN:      

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