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Superb and Attractive Ceremonial Chimu Silver Offering Bowl: Ex Lions
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1370666
1370666


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$1,275.00 

This superb Chimu silver offering bowl dates circa 1100-1350 A.D., and is approximately 7.4 inches long, by 4,75 inches wide, by 2.3 inches high. This attractive silver vessel was hammered from one single sheet of metal, and was formed into the oval shape seen here. This piece is also slightly thicker at the base, and graduates in thickness from the base to the thinner outer rim. The oval shape and size of this vessel is seen as early as 400 B.C., relative to ceramic vessels of the Olmec, and... Click for details

Scarce Chavin Grayware Bottle with Stylized Avian Design: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1370580
1370580


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$2,875.00 

This scarce Chavin ceramic is a gray-ware bottle that dates to the Middle Chavin Period, circa 1000-700 B.C., and is approximately 8 inches high by 4.8 inches in diameter. This piece is also among the earliest ceramics that were produced by any Andean culture. This exceptional piece also has a finely polished and raised design on each side of the vessel which is a mirror image of one another, and this design is likely a stylized avian such as the raptorial "harpy eagle". One can see the... Click for details

Intact Chancay Votive Child and Crib Textile Doll: EX Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1369191
1369191


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$965.00 

This intact and interesting piece is a Chancay child and crib textile doll that dates circa 1300-1532 A.D. This appealing piece is approximately 10.25 inches long, by 4.25 inches high, and is made from several types of Chancay textiles made from alpaca wool and cotton. The Chancay culture was centered on the central coast of Peru, and produced some of the finest textiles relative to all of the Andean pre-Columbian cultures. This piece is a young child seen lying within an elongated crib that... Click for details

Intact Chancay Votive Mother and Child Textile Doll: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1369176
1369176


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$1,865.00 

This intact and interesting piece is a Chancay mother and child textile doll that dates circa 1300-1532 A.D. This appealing piece is approximately 12 inches high, and is made from several types of Chancay textiles made from alpaca wool and cotton. The Chancay culture was centered on the central coast of Peru, and produced some of the finest textiles relative to all of the Andean pre-Columbian cultures. Their blending of textiles with feathers is also readily evident with this piece, as there... Click for details

Scarce Sacred Moche Owl Priest with Raised Platform: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1367808
1367808


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$2,675.00 

This scarce Moche piece is an owl priest seated on a raised platform, and dates circa 300-500 A.D., Moche III-IV Periods. This powerful piece is approximately 9.4 inches high, and has vibrant dark red and cream colors. This piece depicts a Moche priest in a full owl costume with a mask and wings, a raised crown, and ceremonial bracelets. He is also seen seated on a ceremonial throne that is perched atop a multi-layered platform. The owl priest also depicts the Moche deity that is seen in 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

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


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$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


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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
3213


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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


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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

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