The Chavin culture is known for its beautiful art and design, but Chavin was also innovative with metallurgy and textile production. Cloth production was revolutionized during the time of the Chavin. New techniques and materials were developed, including the use of camel hair, textile painting, and the "resist" type painting style, which is similar to modern day tie-dying. Metalworking also developed and the Chavín excelled at making hammered gold ornaments.
Mayan Woman ceramic Figurine from Jaina, ca. 800-1000 AD, The sculpture was made from a mold and then decorated by hand. It was found just off the Yucatan Peninsula on a small Island called Jaina.Jaina was a Maya burial site.