Ceramic masterpiece "Golden Salamanca"

Ceramic masterpiece "Golden Salamanca"


This is a large salamanca decorated with traditional Inka patterns and featuring a puma in the handle. Made from fine clay and synthetic colors, it is the largest salamanca we have come across in the region being 65cm tall, having 37.5cm maximum diameter and weighing approximately 10 kilograms. The level of detail in the making, the exceptionally rich compilation of Inka patterns and the golden color that surrounds them giving them an extra shine, set this apart from the rest of pottery we have seen in the region.

This salamanca is mostly for decorative purposes. Due to its size it is unlikely to be used as an actual salamanca.


This item is part of our The Golden Silver Touch collection.

Ceramic products can be safely cleaned with a soft cloth, water and mild detergent. Make sure not to scratch the product while cleaning.

We will only be able to confirm the shipping costs for an order when we know the exact combination of items and the destination address. In some cases items can be added to an existing shopping cart without incurring additional shipping costs.

As an example, the shipping costs when this product is the only item in an order, are:

  • $192.50 USD using Express Shipping service to North America
  • $171.78 USD using Economy Shipping service to North America
  • $197.32 USD using Express Shipping service to Europe
  • $172.08 USD using Economy Shipping service to Europe

The Express Shipping service normally requires up to 10 days for delivery and the Economy Shipping service may require up to 25 days, unless there are delays in the customs authority of your country.

We normally dispatch orders within 1-3 working days of the order placement. In some cases we may require more time due to operational difficulties in the region or lack of immediate availability. In such cases we will notify you seeking a confirmation that the extra time required is acceptable for you.

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