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Every purchase comes with a written certificate of authenticity (COA) and are fully guaranteed to be as described. Shipping options are USPS Priority Mail, UPS Ground and Fed Ex. Ample deposits, and light surface wear present overall. Blackware terracotta construction and elongated spherical body with stirrup handle topped by a straight neck and flared spout. — West Mexico 100 BC - 250 AD A nice pair of Jalisco female figures. Both are made from a gray (slate-like) sedimentary stone characteristic of the area. An elegant shape with a flared pedestal base and a sharply angled bowl. The upper shoulder of the bowl is decorated with finely incised linear and stippled geometric patterns. A relatively unknown culture, their pottery is exceptionally well crafted and beautifully painted in colors and styles very similar to the neighboring Tiwanaku, but their wares are typically more refined in their execution. — Peru 1100 AD - 1350 AD A lovely Chimu stirrup vessel from ancient Peru. — Peru 100 AD - 400 AD Two Antara (pan pipes) from the southern coastal region of ancient Peru. The upper section is an elaborately embellished dome. The top spout is painted in a checkerboard pattern and has two pierced lugs which would have been used to secure a lid. The vessel has a flat bottom, the body is rounded and topped by a realistically sculpted head and a wide flared spout. Of the Conti style with red and black linear decoration on an orange-tan ground. The upper body of the vessel is dome-shaped and decorated with six realistically rendered chili peppers. Both are polychrome painted in shades of red-orange and black against a cream background. He also wears a domed headdress and is holding a large pan flute. A single stress crack along the lower chamber has been stabilized and restored. An exceptional example of pseudo-cloisonne (stucco) pottery. The bowls are attached at the rim and again at the base. The surface is a lovely pale-orange slip and shows deposits and fine root marks. A very long tail is shown curving away from and around the body of the bird, following the contour of the bowl. Assembled from large (original) fragments with break lines restored and light paint enhancements. The background of each section has raised dots, representing rain. The cape is decorated with oval appliques (possibly representing cocoa beans) and a pectoral featuring a human face carved into a curved horn. Nicely carved from a greenish-gray stone in the form of a celt. A few edge chips along with minor scrapes and dings, but overall a nice example and rarely seen in this size. Near excellent condition with restoration to one leg; else intact and choice.
Provenance and accurate, detailed condition information is included with each listing. Discount may apply on the purchase of multiple items. International sales (outside of the United States) require payment via Pay Pal. A fine example with considerable amounts of painted slip remaining. Both sides of the stirrup handle have a relief carved, arched band of birds against a background of raised dots; representing rainfall. One is seated, the other standing, but stylistically they are nearly identical. Each is nicely carved in the form of a miniature axe head. The burnished surface is a deep orange-red with areas of dark brown fire clouding and light deposits. The base is intact; the bowl has been assembled from approx. This example is a four-lobed, squat bowl with a low base and a wide flared rim with opposing loop handles. Orange-tan pottery construction with nicely burnished surface. These ancient musical instruments are constructed with a row of hollow tubes of different lengths that produce a variety of notes. Small in size (very rare) possibly made for a child. In the center is an idealized Teotihuacan-style face wearing circular ear flares and a large nose ornament. Beautifully painted in dark brown-black against a cream ground. Small losses restored on the spout and light paint enhancements, otherwise intact and original. A fine example that displays well on the custom metal stand which is included. A depiction of a Lord or Shaman, certainly a person of importance or high social status. 5 — Costa Rica 300 AD - 700 AD A large and exceptional Costa Rican tripod vessel from the Diquis region. The smaller olla (3" tall) has geometric painted decoration, raised nodes on the shoulder and is intact. At the top are two tapered spouts and an arched stirrup handle. A crack that ran from the bottom and partially up the side has been restored with light paint touch ups, otherwise it is intact and original. The central image is that of Tlaloc, the Mesoamerican Rain God, who is also the God of Fertility and is among their most important deities. 3.5" tall x 5" across 5 — Ecuador 1000 AD - 1500 AD A large and exceptional Manteno figural tripod vessel from Pre-Columbian Ecuador. Minor repairs to several of the collar points; otherwise intact and original. Decorated in a vibrant yellow and mint green against a deep red background. Manganese and other mineral and sediment deposits remain. On the sides are realistically detailed monkeys looking in opposite directions. In one hand he holds a lime dipper (spatula) also having a human face; in the other he holds a lidded "poporo" (lime pot). Displays well on custom metal stand which is included as shown. A few imperfections but shows nice deposits and has a sharp chiseled edge. Collection of Bernard and Bernadette Lueck, Founders of the Heritage of the Americas Museum in El Cajon, California. Celt 1 (left) - Well carved from a blue-green hardstone showing fine details. A large example with an elegant form that displays beautifully.
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