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Mirror decorated with dragons, 11th–12th century. Goryeo dynasty (918–1392)…

Mirror decorated with dragons, 11th–12th century. Goryeo dynasty (918–1392)…

"Feathered Serpent Ornament" (ca. 11th-15th century). Hammered gold. Mexico, Mesoamerica, Aztec or Toltec. Posted on metmuseum.org.

"Feathered Serpent Ornament" (ca. 11th-15th century). Hammered gold. Mexico, Mesoamerica, Aztec or Toltec. Posted on metmuseum.org.

Quimbaya Gold Shaman-Jaguar Transitional Figure - Pre-Columbian, Colombia, Quimbaya, ca. 1000 CE. The Quimbaya civilization is renowned for its goldwork, demonstrating both fine technical accuracy and remarkably detailed designs. These artisans relished depicting anthropomorphic figures. In this case we have a shaman undergoing a transformation to a jaguar state.

Quimbaya Gold Shaman-Jaguar Transitional Figure - Pre-Columbian, Colombia, Quimbaya, ca. 1000 CE. The Quimbaya civilization is renowned for its goldwork, demonstrating both fine technical accuracy and remarkably detailed designs. These artisans relished depicting anthropomorphic figures. In this case we have a shaman undergoing a transformation to a jaguar state.

Anthropomorphic pectoral, Colombia, Tairona, AD 900–1600. © Museo del Oro – Banco de la República, Colombia. Trustees of the British Museum

Anthropomorphic pectoral, Colombia, Tairona, AD 900–1600. © Museo del Oro – Banco de la República, Colombia. Trustees of the British Museum

Beyond El Dorado exhibition at the British Museum gold from _Colombia

Beyond El Dorado exhibition at the British Museum gold from _Colombia

Masked Figure Pendant Colombia Tairona 10-16th century CE Cast gold alloy…

Masked Figure Pendant Colombia Tairona 10-16th century CE Cast gold alloy…

Anthropomorphic bat-man staff finial, AD 900-1600, Tairona, gold alloy (exh. cat. p. 157). © Museo del Oro O26176

Anthropomorphic bat-man staff finial, AD 900-1600, Tairona, gold alloy (exh. cat. p. 157). © Museo del Oro O26176

CULTURA: FINZENÚ Técnica: Tombag a la cera perdida. -Colombia

CULTURA: FINZENÚ Técnica: Tombag a la cera perdida. -Colombia

Lime Container (Poporo)    Date:      1st–7th century  Geography:      Colombia  Culture:      Quimbaya  Medium:      Gold  Dimensions:      H. 9 x W. 5 1/4 in. (22.9 x 13.3 cm)   Classification:      Metal-Containers

Lime Container (Poporo) Date: 1st–7th century Geography: Colombia Culture: Quimbaya Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. 9 x W. 5 1/4 in. (22.9 x 13.3 cm) Classification: Metal-Containers

Ceramic Staff with Profile Figure Date: 6th–11th century Geography: Ecuador Culture: Manteno Medium: Ceramic

Ceramic Staff with Profile Figure Date: 6th–11th century Geography: Ecuador Culture: Manteno Medium: Ceramic