Fall Inca Home(45 items)
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This mask wall art caught my eye when I saw a picture of it - I just immediately loved the color of the copper patina with the shiny flashes. The pictures online dont do it justice as it just gleams on my wall from all the way across the room and draws you to it. It isnt a big hanging, but it is definitely a show-stopper! Im so happy I splurged on it!
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.
My first reaction when I saw this vase was WOW. The art work is stunning - fantastic - amazing. I am delighted to own such a beautiful vase. Praise to the artist.
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 Inca Home
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.
Archaeological Copper and Bronze Wall Art, "Grand Tumi"$209.99
Standing on a round blade, an Inca deity looks impressive in this wall art sculpture. Today, hanging a tumi knife on the outdoor wall is believed to bring good luck. Centuries ago, the tumi was used for rituals during the Inti Raymi ceremonies in honor of the sun, after the maize harvest. Peru's Angel Franco works with galvanized bronze and copper to sculpt this replica with sublime detail.
Handmade Cuzco Style Decorative Ceramic Vase, "Sacred Inca Valley"$124.99
The unique iconography of the Inca tells of when to sow, when to harvest and when to shear the alpaca and llama. Known as this pictorial alphabet comes from the Sacred Valley of the Inca Empire, which goes from Pisaq and Ollantaytambo, parallel to Vilcanota or Wilcamayu River, in Cuzco. Rolando and Luis paint this inspired ceramic vase by hand.