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Gold Pendant of a Snake with a Split Body - Origin: Costa Rican/Panamanian Border Area Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD

Gold Pendant of a Snake with a Split Body - Origin: Costa Rican/Panamanian Border Area Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Gold

1st–7th century Geography: Colombia Culture: Calima (Yotoco) Medium: Gold The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Animal-Headed Figure Pendant Date: century Geography: Colombia Culture: Calima (Yotoco) Medium: Gold Dimensions: H.

Northern Peru, Ca 100 to 300 CE.  Another superb example of early Peruvian gold work!  Delicate nose ornament in high karat gold

Northern Peru, Ca 100 to 300 CE. Nose ornament of high karat gold with blue stone beads (turquoise?), delicate wire scrolls, bird heads with suspended bells. Superb example of early Peruvian gold work.

Colombia | Figure pendant, Tairona style |  Cast Gold | 10th-16th century <3

Colombia | Figure pendant, Tairona style | Cast Gold | 10th-16th century <3

Diquis Gold Pendant of a Scorpion - FJ.6202  Origin: Costa Rica/Panama  Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD  Dimensions: 4.75" (12.1cm) high  Catalogue: V23  Collection: Pre-Columbian  Medium: Gold

Diquis Gold Pendant of a Scorpion - Origin: Costa Rica/Panama Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD Dimensions: high Catalogue: Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Gold

The original Black civilizations of Mexico and Mesoamerica

Stylized Figure Pendant Date: century Geography: Panama Culture: International Style Medium: Gold Dimensions: H.

Deer-Head Bell.  Date:     11th–16th century. Geography:     Costa Rica. Culture:     Chiriqui. Medium:     Gold.

-- Deer-Head Bell -- Centuries -- Costa Rica -- Gold -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bat-shaman effigy pendant AD 900-1550  VERAGUAS

Open-backed cast gold pendant depicting a bat-shaman male figure. He grasps a serpent-like form that arches over his head. A vertical suspension ring at the back of the neck allows for suspension.

Bird Pendant. Date: 10th–16th century. Geography: Colombia. Culture: Muisca. Medium: Gold (cast).

Bird Pendant Date: century Geography: Colombia Culture: Muisca Medium: Gold (cast) Dimensions: H.

Masked Figure Pendant    Date:      10th–16th century  Geography:      Colombia  Culture:      Tairona  Medium:      Gold  Dimensions:      H. 5 1/4 x W. 5 3/4 in. (13.3 x 16.6 cm)  Classification:      Metal-Ornaments

Masked Figure Pendant Date: century Geography: Colombia Culture: Tairona Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Metal-Ornaments

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