We believe this vessel is Chimu and is not a reproduction. The pre-Columbian vessel's burnishing is worn away in some areas and it appears to have very, very old repairs (or very, very old fissures). This vessel is 2.5" deep, is 2.75" at its widest and has a clay body thickness, at the rim, that measures @ 1/8". The Chim were the residents of an adobe city in the Moche Valley of present-day city of Trujillo, Peru. The culture dates from 900 AD to 1470 AD. The Chim are best known for their distinctive
Alessi Chimu Basket Alessi Chimu Basket Alessi Chimu Basket by Joanna Lyle, Bowl in 18/10 stainless steel, mirror polished, with decorated edge, feet in aluminium and wood. The Memory €155.40 Ask question about: Alessi Chimu Basket Details Alessi Chimu Basket by Joanna Lyle, Bowl in 18/10 stainless steel, mirror polished, with decorated edge, feet in aluminium and wood. The Memory Containers metaproject, coordinated by the CSA in the early 1990s, involved 200 young designers (aged under 30) working in the
Angel Franco depicts an enigmatic figure on a handsome copper plate. Inquisitive eyes gaze out from the past seeming lost in their own time. Gleaming bronze details define an ancient Chimu warrior.
Penetrating eyes gaze from the past in this exquisite decorative plate by Ana Maria Enciso. Wearing an elaborate headdress and earrings the face represents a personage from the Lambayeque culture. Located north of Lima the fertile Lambayeque Valley was the cradle of the Moche and Chimu civilizations. The Andean artisan crafts the plate from copper and bronze.