Nativity with musical Angel

Product Ratings 5 Out of
  • Price :
    USD 5.70 / Set(s)
  • Min. Order : 50 Set(s)
  • Port : By Sea / PE - CALLAO
  • Payment Terms : WIRE TRANSFER(T/T) , WESTERN UNION , MONEY GRAM
Nativity scene Antara flute musician angel, 6pcs x10cm, painted ceramic.
Product Details
  • Production Capacity : 300 Set(s) per month
  • Processing Time: WITHIN 21 ~ 30 DAYS
  • Packing Details: One set in a recycled box, filled with a refill for protection, and several in a master carton.

The art of pottery is one of the most widespread activities in the country. It occupies a second place within the handicraft production, after textiles. The oldest ceramic known in Peru is the wayra jirka style of the Kotosh culture (1840 B.C.). The inherited techniques for the elaboration and decoration of ceramics are numerous, however, today the most popular ones are hand modeling, paleteado or beaten, colombin technique (changing the clay rolls into spiral forms or shapes) and the moldeado or molding. It should be highlighted, that the lathe was never used, instead the plato torno or a spinning implement mounted on a flat stone took its place. Peruvian ceramic is exceptional for its composition and motifs. Evidence of that quality is shown in the Kotosh, Chavin, Paracas, and Nasca cultures exhibited in different museums around the world. A large part of those objects have a ceremonial character. Presently, the most important pottery in the country, due to their cultural and esthetic value, are the Chulucanas (Piura), Quinua (Ayacucho), Pucara (Puno), Cusco, and Shipiba (Ucayali). The commercial circuit is very extensive in the country, particularly in the markets and village fairs.

Company Information

  • 27 YRS MANOS AMIGAS S.A
  • Location : LIMA
  • Main Markets : UNITED STATES , SPAIN , ITALY , NETHERLANDS , GERMANY , NEW ZEALAND
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