Technical Projects

19th century Inka figurines

19th-century Inka figurines.
PM 974-10-30/8904–8910.

Conservators collaborate with curators, professors, students, researchers, and community members to exchange information about specific objects and collections. These studies often require more extensive documentation and technical analysis.

An example of one such technical collaboration is the nineteenth-century Inka figurines project.

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