Fall Archaeological Home(63 items)
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The perfect gift that delivered a smile.
Arrived in excellent condition. Colors and appearance exactly as pictured. My friend who was the recipient was excited to receive and cherishes the gift as a reminder of our last trip to Peru.
Another wonderful work of art from Mr. Acosta!
This is my third purchase from Mr Acosta, and I am just as pleased as ever! The quality and level of detail in stunning. The packaging is top notch. There are no worries about anything from him arriving damaged. I am sure this will not be my last purchase.
I purchased something similar when I was in Peru but unfortunately it was stolen from my house. I?m so happy to finally have a replacement, which is a beautiful piece of art. Highly recommended
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 Fall Archaeological Home
Handcrafted Mexican Ceramic Skull Mask, "Life and Death in Teotihuacan"$79.99
A skull opens to reveal a living face in this intriguing mask from Mexico. "Part represents life, part represents death. This exemplifies the ancient Mesoamerican concept of duality," artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association explain. Day and night, hot and cold, dark and light — this thought was present in almost all philosophical and religious ideas, extending as far south as the Andes.
Turtle-Themed Ceramic Decorative Vase (4 in.), "Marajoara Turtle"$34.99
Handcrafted of ceramic in the style of ancient Marajoara ceramics, a cute turtle adorns the rim of this decorative vase from Brazil. Doca Leite creates this evocative decor accessory, which features a beige color painted with black and red motifs.
Antiqued Ceramic Vessel Maya Art (large), "Pibil Jaguar"
Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza celebrates the art of the ancient Maya with the original design of this ceramic vessel. Decorated with a jaguar's head on the lid and classic glyphs on the body, the vessel is crafted by hand with the same ceramic techniques developed by the Maya Pibil people. Little is known about them, other than that the Pibil were a warrior and migrant community that came to El Salvador from Mexico. This vessel is treated to achieve an antiqued look, featuring red and orange hues obtained from seeds.
Copper plate, "Lambayeque"$89.99
Penetrating eyes gaze from the past in this exquisite decorative plate by Ana María Enciso. Wearing an elaborate headdress and earrings, the face represents a personage from the Lambayeque culture. Located north of Lima, the fertile Lambayeque Valley was the cradle of the Moche and Chimu civilizations. The Andean artisan crafts the plate from copper and bronze.