Archaeological Sculpture(152 items)
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One of my favorite Moche vessels by Mr. Acosta
This is a superb example of this artisans gift and precision in creating these prehispanic sculpture replicas. Beautiful, cannot get tired of admiring every detail and vivid expression.
Mayan Artifact Reproduction
Spectacular Mayan sculpture. The colors are fantastic. Arrived quickly and in perfect condition. Thanks.
love this little pup
This statuette is really well made. Love the pot belly and the way he looks up as if howling at the moon. Very realistic. It is a nice weight . Arrived safely and sooner than anticipated. Love Novica and the fine artisan wares it brings to us.
Angel Ceron Artisan Association Ceramic replicas and figurines
"Now that I'm retired, I can dedicate my time to my great passion – representing my pre-Hispanic cultural heritage."
I've been working hand-in-hand with you since 2003. It was my nephew, Eduardo Escamilla, who suggested this, and I found the project to be spectacular. As you may know, I'm an engineer by profession but I feel an overwhelming passion for our pre-Hispanic cultures.... read more
Popular Archaeological Sculpture
Handcrafted Ceramic Inca Replica Sculpture, "Little Llama"$47.99
This charming ceramic vessel by Walter Jose Acosta depicts a little llama. Crafted and decorated by hand, the sculpture replicates the art of Peru's ancient Moche civilization. Domesticated animals such as the dog, guinea pig and llama often figured in their highly developed ceramic arts.
Collectible Archaeological Replica Ceramic Dragon Sculpture, "Moche Dragon"$99.99
A fierce horned dragon emits a shrill scream, beautifully depicted in ceramic. Walter Jose Acosta takes his inspiration from Peru's vast archaeological heritage, replicating the work of the ancestors. For decorative use only.
Handmade Mexican Protection Ceramic Dog Sculpture, "Underworld Dog Guide"
Dogs as domesticated pets held a place of importance throughout many of Mexico's pre-Hispanic cultures. Always loyal, the dog was trusted to lead its master's soul to the realm of the dead, for dogs were believed to see spirits. Artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association craft this extraordinary ceramic sculpture, a replica of the museum piece dated between 950 and 1521 AD.
Mexico Pre Hispanic Museum Replica Figurine Crafted by Hand, "Dancing Colima Dogs"
Two cheerful canine dancers waltz to ancient rhythms. Artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association depict the a cheerful, barkless breed prized by ancient man. Sculpted in clay as funerary offerings, they accompanied their masters in death to aid the soul in crossing rivers of blood along the road of the dead.
Fresh from my peruvian photoshoot in Lima for Novica's new alpaca clothing line- I couldn't resist a quick... read more