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Jama Coaque Terracotta Seated Figure with Headdress
Pre-Columbian : Columbia and Ecuador Pre AD 1000: item #1371567
3226


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Jama Coaque Terracotta Seated Figure with elaborate Headdress, Ecuador, ca. 500 BCE - 500 CE. 6 3/4" x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4". Ex: Sotheby's New York. Some professional repair as seen in images. Otherwise in very good condition. Jama-Coaque community existed between 500 BCE - 500 CE and inhabited the areas between the Cape of San Francisco in Esmeraldas to the north of Manabi. It was developed in an area of wooded hills and wide beaches that facilitated their resource gathering members of both the... Click for details

Jama Coaque Terracotta Seated Shaman with Horn, Tail
Pre-Columbian : Columbia and Ecuador Pre AD 1000: item #1371564
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Jama Coaque Terracotta Seated Shaman with Horn and tail. Ecuador, ca. 500 BCE - 500 CE. Seated with elaborate headdress and costume. 5 1/2" x 4" x 4 3/4". Excellent pigment and some professional repair as seen in images. In very good condition. Ex: Sotheby's New York. Jama-Coaque community existed between 500 BCE - 500 CE and inhabited the areas between the Cape of San Francisco in Esmeraldas to the north of Manabi. It was developed in an area of wooded hills and wide beaches that facilitated... Click for details

Colima Archaic Warrior Whistle Holding a Club! 200 BC!
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1346172
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Colima Archaic Warrior holding a club-Standing in a fluid motion-like filled position with arms raised at the ready at the ready holding a club. A spread feather –like attachment is strapped to the back with straps that chris cross the chest. Applied donut circular eyes typical of the archaic style. Applied strips form a helmet and chin strap. Buff clay with good deposits. The holes on the back suggests that it may have served as a whistle. 6 ½ “ Height Acquired from Irwin Hearsey in... Click for details

Nayarit Pottery Seated Female, Protoclassic
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1240265
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Nayarit Pottery Seated Female, Protoclassic, Mexico 100 BCE - 250 CE. Figure leaning forward supported on two legged stool. Rotund body decorated with curvilinear and striped resist tattoos. Right hand raised to mouth, deeply slit eyes and multiple ear ornaments. Painted overall in reddish brown and black. 13 3/8" high x 8" wide x 8 1/4" deep and in excellent condition. Ex: Property of the St. Louis University Art collection, gift of Mr. & Mrs. Sam J. Levin, St. Louis. Large, hollow ceramic... Click for details

Chancay Textile Panel with Avian Motif
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1207352
2066


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Chancay Textile with Avian Motif of interlocking birds, Peru circa 1300 CE. In excellent condition. Finely woven and terrific example of Peruvian handiwork. In excellent condition. 13 1/4" H X 18" W. The best known of the Chancay artifacts are textiles that consist of embroidery work, paint-decorated fabrics, gauzes and three-dimensional groups of dolls. Among others, shades of yellow and brown, scarlet, white, lavender-blue and olive green were the colors used. Birds and a deity wearing a... Click for details

Chancay Lace Textile Panel
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1207351
2065


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Spectacular Chancay lace textile panel, Peru 900 - 1300 CE. Delicate and finely woven while fashioned into lace pattern and temporarily stitched to a blue cloth backing. In excellent condition. Lace measures 34 1/2" x 38". Ex: Jean-Eugene Lions collection, Geneva. The best known of the Chancay artifacts are textiles that consist of embroidery work, paint-decorated fabrics, gauzes and three-dimensional groups of dolls. Among others, shades of yellow and brown, scarlet, white, lavender-blue and... Click for details

Moche II Pottery Jaguar God Stirrup Vessel
Pre-Columbian Pre AD 1000: item #1207347
2064


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Moche II Jaguar God Stirrup Vessel, Peru circa 100 - 300 CE. In transition from human to jaguar, with bared fangs and stylized hair he stalks prey. Intact and in excellent condition. 7" high. Ex: Jean-Eugene Lions collection, Geneva. The Pre-Columbian culture knew various jaguar gods, in addition to jaguar demi-gods, (ancestral) protectors, and transformers.

Nazca Textile Camelid Tunic
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre 1492: item #1206462
2059


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Ancient Nazca Textile Camelid, Wool Tunic, Peru circa 100 - 700 CE. With zoomorphic motif and dangling tassle. In excellent condition. 33" H x 25 1/2" W. The Nazca are also known for their technically complex textiles. The textiles were most likely woven by women at habitation sites from spun cotton and wool. The textiles would have been made using a backstrap loom. This is similar to the way textiles are made in the region today. Textiles were woven with the common motifs earlier than they... Click for details

Nazca Textile Camelid Tunic
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre 1492: item #1206460
2058


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Ancient Nazca Textile Camelid Tunic, Peru circa 100 - 700 CE. Pigments of red, blue, brown and cream, and repeating geometric patterns. Some wear and fading due to age and use, but otherwise in good condition for a textile of this period. Attached to silk backing. 22" H x 21" W. The Nazca are also known for their technically complex textiles. The textiles were most likely woven by women at habitation sites from spun cotton and wool. The textiles would have been made using a backstrap loom. This... Click for details

Quimbaya Pottery Slab Seated Female with Gold Nose Ring
Pre-Columbian : Columbia and Ecuador Pre AD 1000: item #1202402
2042


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Quimbaya Slab Seated Female with Gold Nose Ring, Colombia, 1000 - 1450 CE. Seated with outstretched legs and arms. Slanted eyes and pierced head and body for feather insertions. Incised tattooed arms and legs. Professional repair to torso from original piece. 13" high. In excellent condition. Ex: The Lands Beyond, New York. See Gardner Museum of Ceramic Art, accession number G83.1.0175. The Quimbaya inhabited the areas corresponding the modern departments of Quindío, Caldas and Risaralda in... Click for details

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