Collection that would demonstrate that the Inkas goldsmiths had a great handling in the goldsmith and metalwork, from the extraction of the metal, its manipulation and elaboration of precious objects in terms of its finish and techniques.

In the Inka society, various objects were made in metal (basically gold, silver and copper) ornamentals such as tupus, pins, pins and tweezers, objects of architectural use such as plumb lines, as well as war and ceremonial objects.


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