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Attractive Paracas Bowl with Sacred Feline Masks: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1367689
1367689

Attractive Paracas Bowl with Sacred Feline Masks: Ex Marschall

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery



$1,265.00 

This attractive piece is a Paracas bowl that dates to the Chavinoid Period Paracas, circa 1000-600 B.C., and is approximately 6.8 inches in diameter, by 3.25 inches high. This piece is among the earliest ceramics that were produced by any Andean pre-Columbian culture, and it has very detailed incised geometric "line-designed" motifs. This light to dark brown glazed piece has added dark red highlights, and this dark red color is seen within an incised band that runs around the piece. This band... Click for details

Aztec/Mixtec Tripod Vessel with Raised Sacred Symbols: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre 1492: item #1367435
1367435

Aztec/Mixtec Tripod Vessel with Raised Sacred Symbols: Ex Marschall

Apolonia Ancient Art
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$865.00 

This lovely Aztec/Mixtec tripod dates to the Late Postclassic Period, circa 1000-1450 A.D., and is approximately 4.2 inches high, with a diameter at the rim of 5.5 inches. This piece is intact, with no noticeable repair/restoration, and has a light polychrome slip in black, cream, and light red colors. This piece is a tripod bowl with flat plank extended legs that also extend past the outer diameter of the bowl, and because this design, this piece is very stable sitting on a flat surface. ... Click for details

Inca Copper Mace Head of a Feline with Carnelian Stone Inlay
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre 1492: item #1367403
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Inca Copper Mace Head of a Feline with Carnelian Stone Inlay

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Inca Copper Mace Head of a Feline with Carnelian Stone Inlay, Peru 1470 - 1532 CE. Artifact is 3 3/4" x 2 3/4" x 2". Loss of stone on eye and ear as seen in images. Otherwise in very good condition. Ex: Sotheby's New York. Cf. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bronze Mace Head of Feline, Accession Number:1987.394.166. A mace is a blunt weapon, a type of club or virge that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows. A mace typically consists of a strong, heavy, wooden or metal... Click for details

Large and Vibrant Nazca Globular Vessel with Spirit God: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1367369
1367369

Large and Vibrant Nazca Globular Vessel with Spirit God: Ex Marschall

Apolonia Ancient Art
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$2,365.00 

This vibrant Nazca globular vessel dates to the Middle Nazca Period, circa 300-600 A.D., and is approximately 10 inches high, by 9 inches in diameter through the center of the piece. This piece has very vibrant dark red, orange, cream, black, white, and light aquamarine colors. This piece was painted over a light brown/tan clay, and has perfect globular symmetry in it's creation. This attractive piece has a flat "basket handle" that covers the top opening, and this opening also has an... Click for details

Nayarit Standing Warrior with Helmet and Barrel Armor: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Western Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1366390
1366390

Nayarit Standing Warrior with Helmet and Barrel Armor: Ex Marschall

Apolonia Ancient Art
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$1,625.00 

This attractive piece is a standing Nayarit warrior that dates circa 100 B.C.- 250 A.D., and is approximately 11.2 inches high. This warrior is seen wearing a helmet and barrel armor, and is holding a club with both hands at the front of his body. There appears to be a strap that is seen passing between his legs, along with a belt around his waist which may have supported the barrel armor seen on his upper torso. This armor is also seen wrapping around his body, and the helmet has several... Click for details

Mint Quality Moche Stirrup Vessel with Lucuma Fruit: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1366326
1366326

Mint Quality Moche Stirrup Vessel with Lucuma Fruit: Ex Marschall

Apolonia Ancient Art
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$875.00 

This mint quality Moche stirrup vessel depicting a lucuma fruit dates to the Moche IV Period, circa 400-600 A.D. This attractive piece is approximately 6.9 inches high, by 4.25 inches in diameter, and has vibrant orange, dark red, black, and cream colors. This piece has a stirrup handle rising up from the center of the vessel, and the main body of the vessel depicts a very realistic opened lucuma fruit showing the dark reddish/brown seed within. The depiction of the lucuma fruit is very... Click for details

Moche Standing Warrior Vessel with Realistic Face: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1365728
1365728

Moche Standing Warrior Vessel with Realistic Face: Ex Marschall

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery



$1,865.00 

This attractive piece is a Moche standing warrior that is Moche IV Period, circa 400-600 A.D. This intact piece is approximately 8.9 inches high, and is a full portrait figurine that is seen standing with both arms seen at the front. This piece has an attractive light orange-red glaze that is seen over a buff terracotta, and is a type known as a "stirrup-vessel", as it has a orange-red "stirrup-handle" seen at the back. The standing warrior has a very realistic face with engaging open eyes,... Click for details

Extremely Rare Taino Stone Ceremonial Ballgame Ball
Pre-Columbian : Costa Rica Pre AD 1000: item #1364438
1364438

Extremely Rare Taino Stone Ceremonial Ballgame Ball

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$3,675.00 

This extremely rare ceremonial stone ball is attributed to the Taino culture, and dates circa 1100-1250 A.D. This piece is approximately 5.3 inches in diameter, and is a perfect sphere. This piece is a hard sandstone that is native to the Caribbean region where the Taino culture dwelled, and there also have been many ceremonial ball-courts found in Puerto Rico, where the Mesoamerican ballgame was played with a rubber ball. The piece offered here may have been from this region of the... Click for details

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

Exceptional Large Mayan Plate with God K: Ex Ferdinand Anton

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery



 

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

Brilliant Aztec/Mixtec Pedestal Bowl with Wind God Motif: Ex F. Anton
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1358083
1358083

Brilliant Aztec/Mixtec Pedestal Bowl with Wind God Motif: Ex F. Anton

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery



$1,865.00. 

This brilliant colored piece is an Aztec/Mixtec pedestal bowl that dates circa 1300-1421 A.D. This piece is approximately 5.25 inches high, by 7.2 inches in diameter at the upper rim. This piece is also classified as being of the "Mixteca-Puebla Style", and is also labeled as "Eastern Nahua". This piece is glazed on the inner bowl and the outer surfaces, except for the underneath section of the raised base which is a light tan terracotta. This attractive piece has a brilliant dark red glaze... Click for details

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