El Dorado Imports has for 20+ years created a very successful wholesale business now headquartered   in Jalisco, Mexico. We work mostly with families and indigenous groups throughout the country who   have been creating these traditional products for generations. We have visited their Talleres   (workshops) and established our relationships based on honesty, good working conditions, quality   product control and their ability to fulfill orders in a timely manner.

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These are the most accurate reproductions of some of the most famous Maya glyphs that have ever been created.

The molds were created from direct rubbings and detailed to show each and every symbol and line exactly as the original.

The material used is a combination of a special high grade cement mixed with marble sand to create a finish and look that is quite realistic.

We work directly with local indigenous artisans in the Yucatan and pay fair prices in order to help sustain this amazing culture.

 

 


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Model no: PV-02

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Tablet of Slaves
Measures: 9"x8"x0.75"
Price: $20.00
Model no: PV-04

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The Scribe
Measures: 8.5"x 5.5" x 0.6 "
Price: $14.00
Model no: PV-15

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Pakal's Sarcophagus Lid (w/base)
Measures: 16.2" x 10.7 " x 1"
Price: $48.00
Model no: PV-16

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Pakal'sSarcophagus Lid (wo/base)
Measures: 9"x8"x0.75"
Price: $24.00
Model no: PV-18

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Sanctuary Panel (Kan Balam II), Temple of the Cross
Measures: 11.4" x 6" x 0.5"
Price: $16.00
Model no: PV-19

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Sanctuary Panel (God L), Temple of the Cross
Measures: 10.75" x 5.75" x 0.5"
Price: $16.00
Model no: PV-21

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Oval Tablet
Measures: 9" x 7.5" x 0.5"
Price: $32.00
Model no: PV-23

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Temple of the Cross, Tablet
Measures: 9.25" x 15.5" x 0.87"
Price: $36.00
Model no: PV-33

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The Kimball Panel
Measures: 8.5" x 6.25" x 0.75"
Price: $15.00
Model no: PV-34

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Lintel 3 (Structure 33)
Measures: 8" x 8.25" x 1"
Price: $20.00
Model no: PV-35

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Lintel 25 (Structure 23)
Measures: 8" x 6.75" x 0.6"
Price: $22.00
Model no: PV-38

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Lintel 25 (Structure 23)
Measures: 9" x 6.25" x 0.6"
Price: $16.00
Model no: PV-47

Name:

Estela 5
Measures: 10" x 10.5" x 1"
Price: $45.00
Model no: PV-43

Name:

Plychrome Vessel, Jaguar
Measures: 7.75" x 6.75" x 0.75"
Price: $12.00
Model no: PV-48

Name:

Tablet (Small)
Measures: 8.5" x 6.25" x 0.5"
Price: $16.00

 



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Aztec Calendar
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Carved from basalt stone in 1479 it was dedicated to the sun god.  It’s a massive carving, 3 feet thick, almost 12 feet across, and weighing almost 25 tons.

When the Spaniards arrived in 1519 to start the Conquest it was buried and lost for almost 300 years. In 1790 was unearthed during renovations of the central plaza (Zocalo) in Mexico City.

It is now the featured display at the National Anthropology Museum. Not an actual calendar it reflects the Aztec understanding of time, space and celestial observations with of course Tonatiuh the sun god featured in the center.

 
Wholesale Price
$24
 
  • Material: Cast Stone
  • Weight: 1.5lb.
  • Diameter: 9in.

 

Palenque Tablet
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Palenque was a Maya city state in southern México in what is now the state of Chiapas that flourished in the 7th century. The Palenque ruins date back to 100 BC to its fall around 800 AD.

After its decline it was absorbed back into the jungle. It has now been restored and is a famous archaeological site. The most famous ruler of Palenque was Pacal the Great whose tomb has been found and excavated in the Temple of the Inscriptions.

This glyph is part of a huge series that were stacked and the meanings have many interpretations.

Wholesale Price
$24
 
  • Material: Cast Stone
  • Weight: 2.4lb
  • Height: 10"
  • Width: 4"

 

Maya Calendar
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Carved from basalt stone in 1479 it was dedicated to the sun god. Itís a massive carving, 3 feet thick, almost 12 feet across, and weighing almost 25 tons.

When the Spaniards arrived in 1519 to start the Conquest it was buried and lost for almost 300 years. In 1790 was unearthed during renovations of the central plaza (Zocalo) in Mexico City.

It is now the featured display at the National Anthropology Museum. Not an actual calendar it reflects the Aztec understanding of time, space and celestial observations with of course†Tonatiuh†the sun god featured in the center.

Wholesale Price
$18
 
  • Material: Cast Stone
  • Weight: 1 Lb.
  • Height: 6"
  • Width: 6"

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