The World of Materials

[history_content_block sc_layout=”two” sc_title=”The World of Materials” sc_desc=”Pre-Columbian cultures made use of different materials and techniques to manufacture objects for domestic and ritual use: stone, clay, conch, wood, bone, textiles and metals. Skilled artisans –male and female alike—made personal ornaments and work utensils of gold, tumbaga (a gold and copper alloy), silver, copper and alloys such as platinum.” sc_img=”1396″]