Peruvian Copper(187 items)
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Featured Reviews on Peruvian Copper
I never wanted a crucifixion cross until I saw this one. Its simplicity allows me to reflect on what it actually represents.
Big, bold, eye-catching piece!
Larger than imagined, this sassy decorative vase boasts a wonderful green patina, contrasted by highlights of shiny polished copper and bronze and embellished with semi-precious stones. The whole thing is finished with a protective glaze which gives it a gorgeous shine (you can hardly see it in the photos).
Angel Franco Bronze and copper art
"What I want to transmit is everything that ancient Peruvian cultures left for the world – I want everyone to know these great artisans and their creations."
"I married very young so I had to start working on my own. I kept all this from my family and, when they found out... read more
Popular Peruvian Copper
Chrysocolla Copper Bronze Wood Cross Wall Decor from Peru, "Chrysocolla Cross"$19.99
Inspired by his Christian roots, Peru's Angel Franco is proud to present his own designs in this piece of wall decor, which features rhombus-shaped stones of chrysocolla set in a cross made from copper, bronze, and wood. A single flaming sacred heart is featured in the center of this piece.
Andean Green Parrot Hand Carved Gemstone Bird Sculpture, "Amazon Parrot"$44.99
A perky green parrot flaunts feathers of natural serpentine. Carved by hand, the colorful bird is crowned with jasper and the beak is black onyx. Andean artisan Cesar Gonzales presents the sculpture on a trunk of brown aragonite.
Unique Copper and Bronze Wall Mask, "Ai Apaec"$77.99
Ai Apaec, the most revered of Moche deities, wears the sun for a crown in a mask of powerful elegance. Angel Franco is inspired by the divine character known as Lord Decapitator, as well as Lord Creator, whose name actually means "He who gets things done." His image usually adorned the breastplates of high-ranking Moche functionaries. They had them throughout their lives and were buried with them. The mask was characterized by slanted eyes and ear muffs. Franco works with galvanized bronze and copper as he creates contrasts of color and texture in the crafting of this mask.
Pre-Hispanic Chimu Dog on Tumi Copper and Bronze Sculpture, "Chimu Dog"$87.99
The ceremonial blade known as a serves as a gleaming pedestal for the image of a pre-Hispanic dog. Ana María Enciso creates an imposing memento of the Chimu culture in this bronze and copper sculpture. It stands on a base of natural leopardite.