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Pre-Columbian Art / Diquis Gold Pendant of a Double-Headed Sea Horse - FJ.6321, Origin: Costa Rican/Panamanian Border Area, Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD

Pre-Columbian Art / Diquis Gold Pendant of a Double-Headed Sea Horse - FJ.6321, Origin: Costa Rican/Panamanian Border Area, Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD

Pre-Columbian Gold Jaguar, ca. 600-1000 A.D.  dragon-like with squirrel tail/ salamander

Pre-Columbian Gold Jaguar, ca. 600-1000 A.D. dragon-like with squirrel tail/ salamander

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

An Aztec/Mexica gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl, Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City), Mexico.  Ahuizotl became king in the year 7 Rabbit (1486) and became the greatest known military leader of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, responsible for much of the expansion of the Mexica domain.

An Aztec/Mexica gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl, Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City), Mexico. Ahuizotl became king in the year 7 Rabbit (1486) and became the greatest known military leader of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, responsible for much of the expansion of the Mexica domain.

golden strawberries

golden strawberries

Flying-Fish Pendant [Colombia, Rio Magdalena river; Tolima (?)] 1991.419.26 | [10th–15th century (?)] | Height 2-1/4 | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Flying-Fish Pendant [Colombia, Rio Magdalena river; Tolima (?)] 1991.419.26 | [10th–15th century (?)] | Height 2-1/4 | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pre-Colombian gold shark from Costa-Rica

Pre-Colombian gold shark from Costa-Rica

Pectoral in Tumbaga, Tumbaga was the name given by Spaniards to a non-specific alloy of gold and copper which they found in widespread use in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica

Pectoral in Tumbaga, Tumbaga was the name given by Spaniards to a non-specific alloy of gold and copper which they found in widespread use in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica

Colombia | Necklace from the Tairona culture (with Sinu style pendant); gold, green hardstone | ca. 300 - 1600 AD || This has probably been recently restrung, using the old elements

Colombia | Necklace from the Tairona culture (with Sinu style pendant); gold, green hardstone | ca. 300 - 1600 AD || This has probably been recently restrung, using the old elements

Gold Bees from Eastern Greece, 7thc BC, Nasher Duke Museum, NC

Gold Bees from Eastern Greece, 7thc BC, Nasher Duke Museum, NC

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