Gold has been present in Peru since the emergence of the first civilizations. The impressive finds of the Moche Lord of Sipan culture, utilitarian objects of the Chimu and ornamental pieces of the Incas are proof of our great gold legends.

Throughout the world Gold is primarily best  known for its use in jewelry, but it also has many additional uses in the field of industry, especially in electronics and medical and dental applications, as well as for coinage and for the Government reserves and Private investments.

See the technical specifications of a dore bar.