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Delta Indigenous peoples "Indios" Collection

Delta Indigenous peoples "Indios" Collection
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The second in ”series III” of Indigenous People. Delta’s imaginary voyage encounters this year (2006) Amazon’s indigenous people: Indios – Irmãos no Mundo [brothers in the world].
The Indigenous peoples of the Amazon comprise a large number of distinct ethnic groups who inhabited the country's present territory prior to its discovery by the Portuguese around 1500. The first Portuguese explorers called them índios ("Indians"), a name that is still used today in Brazil.
At the time of European discovery, the indigenous peoples were traditionally mostly semi- nomadic tribes who subsisted on hunting, fishing, gathering, and migrant agriculture.
Many of the estimated 2000 nations and tribes, which existed in 1500 died out as a consequence of the European settlement, and many were assimilated into the Brazilian population. Only a few tribes still survive in their original culture in remote areas of the Amazon Rainforest.

In the special limited edition is hand turned from solid bars of a special brown Hevea color resin and black resin it offers in the edge a disk engraved with the limited edition number. The different color resins are divided by a Vermeil* ring carved by hand.
The special edition is hand turned from solid bars of black and special brown Hevea (rubber plant) color resins divided by a tarnished silver ring carved by hand. In the extremity offers a disk engraved with the limited edition number.
In the celebration the body hand turned from solid bars of a special Amazon green and brown resin offers in the edge a disk engraved with the limited edition number. The different color resins are divided by a 18kt solid gold ring carved by hand.
The celebration cap is in green and brown resins, while in all other versions are in back and brown. The capuchon placed in the end of the cap offers a disk portraying a parrot the typical symbol of the Amazon. The capuchon is in either solid gold, vermeil or sterling silver depending on version and matches the clip.

The 18-karat solid gold nib is specially designed, customized and flexible. Is available in EEF, EF, F, M, B, BB, OM, OB, OBB and STUB grades. It is engraved with a depiction