Peruvian ceremonial spoon carved in oxidized copper

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Seller: peruvian-culture (237) 100%, Location: San Lorenzo, California, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 264479823463 Peruvian spoon carved in oxidized copper. The most remote evidence of fine metal work in ancient Peru and America generally dates back to 1,500 BC. The Moche were the best metallurgists of their time. They used gold, silver, copper and their alloys, which were fused in kilns of various types (such as huayra).They gilded copper much earlier than in Europe and met a variety of techniques, such as rolling, hammering, wiring, welding, etc.It is a type of ceremonial spoon used in ancient Peru made of oxidized copper by artisans of Cusco. This work was elaborated with the ancestral technique of hammered and laminated.MEASURE: 6" WEIGHT 500gr IF YOU BUY MORE THAN ONE PRODUCT THAT ARE IN PERU, WE CAN CONBINE THE SHIPPING ACCORDING THE TOTAL WEIGHT. OUR RATES OF SHIPPING WEIGHT (grams) USA & CANADA ($) WORLDWIDE ($) TIME ARRIVE 101 - 250 17.30 19.85 FIRST CLASS BETWEEN 12-14 BUSINESS DAYS 251 - 500 27.33 31.15 501 - 1000 43.27 50.18 1001 - 2000 66.55 78.06 2001 - 2500 53.33 62.39 SECOND CLASS BETWEEN 17-21 BUSINESS DAYS 2501 - 3000 57.58 67.64 3001 - 3500 62.39 70.12 Condition: Used, Country/Region of Manufacture: Peru

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