A Great Casast Human jar of seven or eight hundred years ago

2022/08/05
Author:DG Master-Showcases manufacturer

Handmade is so surprising that a Grand Casas human -shaped jar of 700 or eight hundred years ago resembled the cute Russian doll today; Holt statue with a big and big nose more than a hundred years ago, living like a robot fighter; there is also a one. The fine headdress and glass beads weaving more than a hundred years ago; and the statues of the Indian tribal handmade dolls, the sculpture of the soap and stone sculpture, and the fine workmanship was easily mistaken for contemporary machine works . Reporters saw these valuable daily vertical collection, all of which are all, all of which are all.

The earliest Americans -North American Aboriginals made handmade hand -made from more than a thousand years to hundreds of years ago. Experts are introduced, the earliest American aboriginal people, or tents wrapped around the beast skin, or huts living in civil structure, are simple, maintaining pure and unprovable and happiness; In exchange for the harvest of potatoes and corn, or to maintain the reproduction of the grazing alpaca and Locoma; the ceramics, weaving, and engraving works passed down from generation to generation are covered with the smell of life and art; they wear The colorful clothing, sing and dance, communicate with all things with the simplest heart. .

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