The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The National Museum in San Jose will have a attribute to the ancient cultures through a temporary exhibition of jewelry inspired by the Díquis settlements who are also renowned for the mysterious Costa Rican stone spheres.

The people of the Delta Díquis were goldsmiths and sculptors with great manual technique who left a unique artistic and cultural legacy.

The Díquis jewelry exhibition will be publicly available in the temporary room of the museum, from the 12th of September until October 31.

Among the materials used to give life to this collection are silver, high strength glass, silver thread, silk cords, 24 carat gold, ceramic, ruby, copper and sulfur deck.

The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

San Jose, Costa Rica