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Welcome to the Mayan carving studio. SculptureCiti® offers life-size Mayan and Inca relief arts, plaques, statues, sculptures and wall carvings. We make large ancient reproduction sculptures for various indoor and outdoor applications. We offer custom antique arts and replicas in Mayan and Inca styles for your lawn and garden >> more..
 
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Mayan Wall Carving
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Life-Size Plaque
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Maya Wall Art

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Reproduction
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Life-Size Sculpture
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Large Bas-Relief
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Mayan Plaque

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Large Sculpture
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Mayan Statue
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Life-Size Wall Art
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Maya Replica

Maya Art :: is considered by many to be the most sophisticated and beautiful of the ancient New World. The distinct style of Maya art that developed during the Pre classic period (1500 B.C. to 250 A.D.) has influences from the Olmec civilization. Other Mesoamerican civilizations, including Teotihuacan and the Toltecs, affected Maya art, which reached its zenith during the civilization's Classic period (c. 200 to 900 AD). The Maya are well known for their use of jade, obsidian and stucco >> more..
 
Mayan Sculpture :: the Maya created a great number of sculptures, many of which can be seen at Maya sites and museums. A common form of Maya sculpture was the stele. These were large stone slabs covered with carvings. Many depict the rulers of the cities they were located in, and others show gods. The stelae almost always contained hieroglyphs, which have been critical to determining the significance and history of Maya sites. Other stone carvings include figurines, similar to the earthenware ones described earlier, and stone lintels which show scenes of blood sacrifice. The Maya used a great deal of jade in their art. Many stone carvings had jade inlays, and there were also ritual objects created from jade. It is remarkable that the Maya, who had no metal tools, created such intricate and beautiful objects from jade, a very hard and dense material. An excellent example is the death mask of Lord Pacal, ruler of Palenque. A life-size mask created for his corpse had "skin" made from jade and "eyes" made from mother-of-pearl and obsidian >> more..
 
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