...."Sol Muisca" | Openwork Pendant..Pendentif ajouré "Sol Muisca"....

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...."Sol Muisca" | Openwork Pendant..Pendentif ajouré "Sol Muisca"....

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This pendant was inspired by a detail taken from a pre-Hispanic breastplate displayed in the Gold Museum in Bogota, dating back to the Muisca Period (AD 600 - 1600).

Eldorado jewellery in 24K gold plate is particularly remarkable for its elegant and warm satiny finish that diffuses light.

  • 24K gold-plated pewter (nickel-free tin with a little copper)

  • Size H. x L. : 3,7 cm x 2,8 cm

  • Handcrafted in Colombia

This necklace es delivered in a gift box.

We offer free shipping on all order over 100€.

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Ce pendentif ajouré s’inspire d’un détail de pectoral datant de la période préhispanique Muisca (600 apr. J.-C. – 1600 apr. J.-C.), conservé au musée de l’Or de Bogota en Colombie.

Tous les modèles de cette collection sont en pewter recouvert d’or mat 24 carats. Le pewter est un alliage étain-cuivre très utilisé en bijouterie et ne contenant pas de nickel. Les bijoux Eldorado se distinguent par leur élégante brillance satinée qui réfléchit et diffuse la lumière.

  • Dimensions H. x L. : 3,7 cm x 2,8 cm

  • Réalisé à la main en Colombie

Ce bijou est livré dans un écrin CALAME accompagné d’une notice explicative précisant la culture ainsi que la datation du modèle d’origine.

Les frais de port sont offerts à partir de 100€ de commande.

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About the Muisca

People in the Muisca region - Eastern Cordillera of Colombia - settled on the high plains of the Andes around AD 600. Their homes were scattered over the mountainsides and valleys, but they came together at important times of the year for ceremonies in which gold was particularly important, for instance those that took place at Lake Guatavita. Small votive figures - or tunjos - made by specialists who depicted human beings, animals and scenes of political and social life, were placed by Muisca people across their territory, under special landmarks such as rocks and trees, and in caves, rivers and lakes (places believed to be gateways to different worlds) as offerings to the gods.

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