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X-Large & Impressive Mayan Brownware Tripod Vessel: Ex Sothebys
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1399734
1399734


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$3,265.00 

This extra large and impressive piece is a Mayan brownware ceremonial tripod vessel that dates to the Early Classic Period, circa 450-650 A.D., and is approximately 13 inches in diameter, by 9 inches high. This impressive piece is a thick walled light to dark brown terracotta ceramic, that has three "slab type" legs attached to the flat base. This tripod bowl vessel is also somewhat heavy, and the three attached "slab type" legs have identical decorative architectural elements molded onto the... Click for details

Superb Veracruz/Mayan Tripod Plate with Sky Symbols: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1367763
1367763


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$2,675.00 

This superb piece is a Veracruz/Mayan tripod plate vessel that dates to the Early Postclassic Period, circa 900-1200 A.D., and is approximately 12.4 inches in diameter, by 5 inches high. This piece is made from a dark red clay, and has a dark orange glaze that covers the entire piece. There are also three incised decorative boxes that are evenly spaced on the outer bowl, and these boxes have a dark gray/black glaze with cream colored incised lines. These boxes contain geometric patterns that... Click for details

Exceptional & Vibrant Large Mayan Plate with God K: Ex Ferdinand Anton
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1358352
1358352


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This exceptional Mayan plate has a great deal of eye appeal, and dates circa 600-700 A.D. This large example is approximately 12.75 inches in diameter, by 3.25 inches high, and is intact with no repair/restoration. This attractive piece has a polychrome glaze on the upper inner surfaces that is seen with very vibrant orange, black, white, and light red colors. This piece also has some attractive minute root marking and some spotty black mineral deposits. The bottom side of the plate is a... Click for details

Attractive & Superb Large Mayan Cylinder Vessel with Large Glyph Bands
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1345828
1345828


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$4,675.00 

This interesting and attractive Mayan cylinder vessel dates circa 600-900 A.D., and is approximately 9.2 inches high, by 6.4 inches in diameter at the top rim of the vessel, and is a large vessel for the type. This superb piece is also a "Copador" type designed vessel, and refers to the geographic region where the majority of most of these vessels are found, with the "Cop" referring to Copan, and the "ador", referring to El Salvador. This large example also has very large glyph bands that are... Click for details

Mayan Pair of Sacred Carved Longbones with Lord Faces: Ex Zollman
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1340583
1340583


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$4,675.00 

These two rare Mayan pieces are two carved longbones that date to the Late Classic Period, circa 600-900 A.D. These pieces are approximately 4.3 and 4.6 inches high, and are approximately 1 inch in diameter at the widest point of each piece. These two pieces are intricately carved, and each feature the profile of a Mayan lord, who is seen wearing large jade earflares and an elaborate headdress. These pieces are also published in "The Face of Ancient America: The Wally and Brenda Zollman... Click for details

Mayan Brownware Ceremonial Carved Bowl with Rare Glyphs: Ex Sothebys
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1331598
1331598


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$4,675.00 

This attractive brownware ceramic is a Mayan carved bowl that dates circa 550-950 A.D. This piece is approximately 9.75 inches in diameter, by 3.7 inches high. This powerful looking piece has a flat bottom with gently curved side walls, and this design made it very easy for catching liquids. This piece has detailed deep carving, within three rectangular panels, and this skilled carving is in the form of a head commonly known as a "Long-Lipped Monster", and was described as such in the... Click for details

Superb & Intact Mayan Orange Glazed Bowl with Detailed Glyph Band
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1320798
1320798


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$3,265.00 

This superb Mayan "orange glazed" bowl with a glyph band dates circa 600-900 A.D., and is approximately 5.25 inches high by 7.75 inches in diameter. This piece is intact, and has some heavy root marking, along with some white calcite and spotty minute dark black mineral deposits. This attractive piece has a flat bottom, and has a graceful rounded body which gradually narrows towards the rim. This piece has a bright "orange glaze" with a red and black band seen just below the rim. Below this... Click for details

Intact Veracruz Mayan Stone Hacha with Serpent Warrior: Ex Sothebys
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1307715
1307715


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$6,875.00 

This attractive piece is a Mayan stone hacha that dates to the Late Classic Period, circa 550-950 A.D. This piece is approximately 6.7 inches high, and is intact with no repair/restoration. This complete piece is a serpent head with opened jaws that enclose a human head adorned with disk earspools, and each has sunken oval eyes. The serpent head has a crenelated upper lip, and the entire composition of this piece resembles an individual, more likely a warrior, who is seen wearing a hooded... Click for details

X-Large & Intact Mayan Mold-Made Poison Bottle with God L and God K
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1307402
1307402


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$2,875.00 

This large Mayan poison bottle dates to the Late Classic Period, circa 550-800 A.D., and is approximately 3.75 inches high, by 3.45 inches wide, by 1.5 inches thick. This flawless piece is also larger than most examples, and is mold made piece with a stamped mirror image on each side that was pressed into the clay. The image seen here is an audience scene between the Mayan God K, seen seated on the left, who is conferring with the seated Mayan God L that is seen to the right. Seen between... Click for details

Scarce & Complete Mayan Votive Throne Altar Model with Facing God
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1286571
1286571


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$2,365.00 

This scarce to rare piece is a Mayan terracotta model of a throne, which dates circa 600-900 A.D. This piece is approximately 3.4 inches high, by 6.4 inches long, by 3.2 inches wide. This piece is made from four molded pieces, and the details and images seen on this piece were mold pressed into the terracotta. The front side of this piece shows a facing god figure, who also appears to be supporting the weight of the upper panel. The upper panel also shows two square "mat designs" which each... Click for details

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