- Made in Argentina
- Clean with a damp cloth and dry with a soft, clean cloth
- 3/4''L x 1/2''W
- Pierced, with brass posts
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Abstract in their simplicity, these intriguing earrings take their design from a circular hammered gold disc in The Met collection. The original disc was made in Colombia or Ecuador between the seventh and twelfth century A.D.; it is slightly convex and has four suspension holes placed centrally near the top.
Many plain gold Precolumbian discs come from the Nariño area of highland Colombia and Ecuador. These are named Capulí for the archaeological phase to which they belong. The present example would have been worn as a pectoral, hung around the neck.
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