Metal Art White Roses-Mexico
Westwood Pavillion 83 Westwood Ln, Brenham TX 77833
Traditional metal working in Mexico
Traditional metal working in Mexico dates from the Mesoamerican period with metals such as gold, silver and copper. Other metals were mined and worked starting in the colonial period. The working of gold and silver, especially for jewelry, initially declined after the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire. However, during the colonial period, the working of metals rose again and took on much of the character traditional goods still have. Today, important metal products include those from silver, gold, copper, iron, tin and more made into jewelry, household objects, furniture, pots, decorative objects, toys and more. Important metal working centers include Taxco for silver, Santa Clara del Cobre for copper, Celaya for tin and Zacatecas for wrought iron.
Metal Roses Art Color - Mexico
Westwood Pavillion. 83 Westwood Ln, Brenham TX 77833