Gleaming golden color defines Inca symbols. A warrior mask, the god Wiracocha and a ceremonial tumi blade accompany images from the intricate Raimondi stela. Named for Antonio Raimondi, who discovered it, the stela depicts a deity from the Chavin culture known as the smiling god. The original is housed in the National Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology in Lima. Ana Maria Enciso works in copper and bronze to craft this beautiful vase.
- Copper, bronze
- 0.64 lbs
- 4.3 inches H x 6.5 inches W x 5.3 inches D