Peruvian Moche Artifacts

Peruvian Moche artifacts

I’ve always been fascinated by the ancient pre-Colombian cultures of the Americas.

While it may look hundreds of years old, this beautiful recreation of an ancient Peruvian Moche artifact was actually made by a modern Peruvian artisan who still occasionally creates new pieces for collectors. I acquired this piece directly from the artist more than twenty years ago, and still enjoy its craftsmanship.

Introducing our new Mask and Social Distancing Policy

Introducing our new mandatory Mask Protection & Social Distancing Enforcement Patrol (aka MPSDEP) to ensure you wear your mask and practice social distancing when you visit our newly reopened offices. Our new office motto, “Go ahead, make my day.”


I know what you’re thinking, “Masks? I ain’t got no masks. I don’t have to wear any stinkin’ mask.”

Well, to tell you the truth in all this excitement I kinda lost track of my mask myself. But being this is COVID-19, the most powerful coronavirus in the world and could blow your head clean off, you’ve gotta ask yourself one question: “Do I feel lucky?” Well, do ya, punk?

P.S. Just in case you thought you felt lucky, free masks, hand sanitizer, and a 6′ measuring tape always available in the lobby. Oh yeah, don’t piss-off the MPSDEP ’cause they don’t ask twice.



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