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Intact & Scarce Chimu/Inka Seated Priest with Sacred Spondylus Shell
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1407189
1407189


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$1,675.00 

This scarce piece is a scarce Chimu/Inka seated priest and dates circa 1000-1400 A.D., and is approximately 8.2 inches high. This piece is intact, and has some minute spotty black mineral and white calcite deposits. This seated priest ceramic has an orange/red slip that covers the entire vessel, and he is seen wearing a raised conical hat, along with a cape that is tied under the chin. The figure seen here with almond shaped eyes, and the typical conical hat, is also often associated with... Click for details

Massive Vicus/Early Mochica Gold Gilt Bronze Ceremonial Pectoral
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Prehistorical: item #1405428
1405428


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$6,875.00 

This piece is an extremely large Vicus/Mochica gold gilt bronze roundel-pectoral that dates to the Early Intermediate Period, circa 400-200 B.C., and is approximately 16.2 inches in diameter. This massive piece covered the upper torso of a priest during a religious ceremony, and hung around his neck from three holes seen at the top. This extremely rare bronze roundel-pectoral also has a gold gilt surface on both sides, and had a great deal of powerful eye appeal for the ceremony, as this piece... Click for details

Scarce & Mint Quality Massive Inka Bronze Battle Ax: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre 1492: item #1399042
1399042


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$1,876.00 

This scarce and mint quality piece is a heavy bronze Inka battle ax that dates circa 1440-1532 A.D., and is approximately 5.5 inches long, by 6 inches high from blade tip to blade tip, by 1 inch thick at the blunt terminal end. This massive piece was cast as one piece, then hand beaten into shape with a slightly sharp blade. This piece has a hole in the blunt terminal end, and a rod ran through this hole to hold this heavy piece in place in the wooden shaft. This heavy piece obviously... Click for details

Spiritual Huari Polychrome Double-Spout Vessel with Flying Avian
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1394151
1394151


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$675.00 

This spiritual piece is a Huari double-spout vessel that dates circa 800-1000 A.D., and is approximately 6.2 inches high, by 5.4 inches in diameter. This piece is painted with vibrant colors in reddish-brown, cream, gray, and black colors. This piece shows a flying avain (parrot?) on each side, and is seen over a reddish-brown background. The bottom half of this vessel is painted with a dark gray color, along with the two raised spouts. This type of vessel is also known as a "bridge type"... Click for details

Intact & Appealing Inka Votive Bronze Trading Tumi: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre 1492: item #1392177
1392177


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$465.00 

This appealing piece is an Inka bronze tumi that dates circa 1450-1550 A.D., and is approximately 4 inches high, by 3.6 inches wide, by .15 inches thick. This piece is intact and is in mint quality "as found" condition, and has a beautiful dark green patina. This piece also has some light brown earthen deposits, along with some spotty minute dark green mineral deposits that are adhered to sections of the piece. This piece was cast and then hammered into shape, and has a raised edge border... Click for details

Scarce & Complete Sacred Huari Bowl with Jugate Mythical Heads
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1392002
1392002


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$875.00 

This scarce piece is a Huari bowl that dates to the Middle Horizon period, circa 550-1050 A.D. This piece is approximately 6.5 inches high, by 6.8 inches in diameter, and has white, black, dark orange, and dark red colors. This interesting piece has a flat bottom and an oval opening at the rim. This piece has a mirror image design that appears to be a "jugate-designed" type image, which are two heads back-to-back with a shared central white eye. This image also likely represents a sacred... Click for details

Intact & Powerful Moche Seated Prisoner with Rope Tie: Ex Sotheby's
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1388919
1388919


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This piece is a Moche seated prisoner that dates circa 200-500 A.D., and is approximately 12 inches high. This piece is intact with no repair and/or restoration, and has some minute spotty black mineral deposits. This piece also has a tan and brownish orange glaze. This piece is a seated prisoner that has a coiled rope around his neck, and has his hands bound at the back with rope ties. This prisoner is completely nude, save for his wearing a turban with a raised crescent ornament, and... Click for details

Scarce & Intact Chavin Canteen Bottle with Seated Deity
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1386086
1386086


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$1,875.00 

This intact Chavin piece is a canteen designed vessel with a seated deity that dates to the Middle Chavin Period, circa 1000-700 B.C. This interesting piece is approximately 8.75 inches high, by 4.5 inches in diameter at the center of the vessel. This piece is a seated deity with a rounded body, extended nose, and appears to be wearing a skull cap and a loose mantle. There are also two suspension holes seen on each side of the raised spout, and this piece may have been carried as a canteen... Click for details

Scarce & Intact Moche Stirrup-Spout Vessel with Mythical Creature
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1385409
1385409


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$975.00 

This scarce piece is a Moche stirrup-vessel with a mythical creature, and dates circa 450-600 A.D., Moche IV-V Periods. This interesting piece is approximately 10.9 inches high, and is intact with no repair and/or restoration. This piece has alternating dark red and light tan colors, and features a mythical creature running right with a toothy open mouth, and is holding a sacrificial tumi with an extended arm. This creature also appears to be in flight, and there are also three symbols seen... Click for details

Intact & Powerful Early Moche Seated Dignitary
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1384532
1384532


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$2,675.00 

This powerful piece is an early Moche seated dignitary that dates circa 300-100 B.C., and is approximately 7.2 inches high. This piece is intact with no repair/restoration, and has a light brown and dark red glaze. This powerful looking piece is a seated dignitary seen with hands placed on the knees with feet crossed below, wearing an incised cap, and has a furrowed face with large eyes and a grinning mouth. The eyes and mouth have a deep recessed design that was likely once inlaid with... Click for details

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