Category Archives: Réplicas

Replicas de artículos de películas o televisión.

La Pava. Bélmez faces.

In the town of Bélmez de la Moraleda, in 1971, began a phenomenon that over time has been called “The Faces of Bélmez”. (Las caras de Bélmez)


It comes to the emergence of a number of stains on the floor of a house in the town that could be identified as human faces.

María Gómez Cámara (1919-2004), owner of the house, claimed that despite having reformed the floor, the face reappeared and after this, they appeared more. To this day, have been documented movements and transformations of these figures, the appearance and disappearance of some other.

For many people it is a paranormal event. Long has been spoken during these years (although was given a lot of publicity the early years, occasionally reappearss the topic with the emergence of studies or books), for others it is only a fraud.

It is not our intention to enter into the debate but show you the replica that we did a few months ago, commissioned by one of our more special customers for an exhibition.

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We reproduced “La Pava” the first and most characteristic of the images that appeared, and still remains exposed at home, although they changed their site to let in a niche in the wall.

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Since it is not a usual painting, we had to recreate the “stain” on the concrete that, pareidolia or not, makes us see the face in the area that is free of stains.

To give it a similar termination to the real one, we framed it simulating the niche.

We do not sell this replica in our shop. If you are interested in one, please contact us.

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The Nebra Disk

The Nebra Sky Disk is, to date, the oldest known depiction of the sky and astronomical phenomena. It is an archaeological find discovered in 1999 on Mount Mittelberg, near Nebra (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany). It is a bronze plaque with gold decorations, almost round, weighing about 2 kg and has a diameter of approximately 32 cm. It belongs to a culture of 3,600 years ago, whose skills were native.


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© LDA Sachsen-Anhalt (Foto: Juraj Lipták)

Some claim that it was an astronomical instrument, in which are represented the sun, the moon, and 32 points that can represent stars (the Pleiades and other constellations) and two opposing arcs coinciding with the position of the “portion” of horizon East and West on which the sun rises and sets throughout the year.

There is also a representation of an arc, which some call “solar boat” or “ship”, about whose meaning there is no definitive agreement.

Others consider is as a simple abstract representation of the sky, with some decorative or ritual value , it may be part of the decoration of a shield (was found with two swords).

Dating is complicated, because although it has been determined that the burial dates from around 1600 BC, it is difficult for scientists to verify the date of construction, which may have been much earlier.

The disk as we see it now has a different aspect of the original, which has gone through various stages:

Estados del disco a lo largo del tiempo. Foto:  LDA Sachsen-Anhalt
Estados del disco a lo largo del tiempo. Foto: LDA Sachsen-Anhalt

First: Representation of the sun, moon and 32 stars.
Second: Embedding two arcs on the horizon, (east-west).
Third: Overlay the “boat”.
Fourth: Drilling at the edges.

When it was buried, has missed one of the two horizon arcs.

Here you have the page of the museum where it is currently located:

And more:

Despite the lack of agreement and the many interpretations of its origin and function, it certainly is a valuable finding that has been included in the “Memory of the World” by Unesco.

Since we saw it a while ago we thought it was an object that had to decorate our house, and here is our interpretation.

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Made carved and painted by hand on an aluminum plate, a half scale. Has a diameter of 15 cm and is provided in a frame and protected with a front glass.

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