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Inca Pottery Stirrup Vessel with Llama & Grooms
Pre-Columbian Pre 1492: item #1183459
1877


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811



$5,500 

Inca Pottery Bridge Vessel, Andean Mountain Range, 1470 - 1540. Orange-brown double-globular vessel, seated groomers attending a llama, black and white spider web decoration on lobes, professional repair to llama & groomers from original pieces, in excellent condition. 8.5" high.

Two Aztec Pottery Ceremonial Censers with Portrait Head & Rattle
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1183413
1874


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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3600.00 

Sold Separately for $1,800 Two Aztec Pottery Ceremonial Cercers with Portrait Head & Rattle, Mexico, ca. 550 - 950 CE. Painted black & red with unglazed areas, applied stylized human head with clearly defined features on base. Open geometric pattern, Both are repaired from original pieces with restoration over the break lines. 5 1/4" high x 8 5/8 long x 4 3/4" wide. Incense burners (or censers) are a regular part of household artifact inventories at Aztec-period sites in central Mexico. People... Click for details

Chimu Inca Pottery Figural Kero Effigy Vessel
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre 1492: item #1182739
1872


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$2,200 

Chimu Inca Pottery Effigy figure holding a spondylus shell and wearing a botanical headdress. Peru, ca 1200 - 1500 CE. His face in a wide grin, hands clasped in front. Deeply incised facial features, hair, and clothing, h. 9" with custom stand. The Chimu people (900-1450 CE) of Peru produced distinctive blackware pottery. The vessels were created by smoldering flames during the firing and then buffing the surface to produce a dull sheen. Many of the pottery forms were adapted from the Moche... Click for details

Mixtec Pottery Figural Incensario, or Censer
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre 1492: item #1182701
1864


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811



$8,500 

Splendid Mixtec pottery rattle, incensario, censer, Mexico ca. 1200 - 1400. Rounded bowl supported on rounded tripod legs, one in the form of an elderly man, the head with pierced eyes jutting forward, wearing a loin cloth, and ear ornaments. Painted in reddish brown and orange with traces of blue and white pigment. A few fissures as seen in photos, otherwise in very good condition. Mexico, 1200-1400 CE. 7 inches high, diameter of bowl 6 1/2". Ex: Sotheby's New York. In pre-Columbian times, the... Click for details

Veracruz Pottery Shaman Vessel
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1182427
1859


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$4,000 

Veracruz Pottery Shaman Vessel, Remojadas, Classic, Mexico, ca. 450-650 CE. Unusual double chambered form, Shaman figure with upraised right arm and diminutive legs emerging from the sides. High shaven forehead and wearing a loop nose ring and earrings. Chest protected by a shield. Painted reddish brown and buff. Some repair and also damage as seen in photos, otherwise in very good condition. 12 3/4" High. Ex: Sotheby's New York. Remojadas is a name applied to a culture, an archaeological site,... Click for details

Mint Quality Moche Fineline Stirrup-Vessel with Lively Hunted Deer
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1181942
1181942


Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery



$3,275.00 

This interesting and lively Moche ceramic dates circa 300-500 A.D., Moche III-IV periods. This mint quality piece is approximately 9.25 inches high, and is in intact condition with vibrant dark red and cream colors. This piece also has some attractive light brown burnishing, and minute root marking seen on the upper end of the spout and near the lower base of the vessel. This piece has a lively running deer, seen on each side of the vessel, and each deer faces a central dividing "double-bar"... Click for details

Intact & Detailed Moche Stirrup-Vessel with Lively Strombus Monster
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1178207
1178207


Apolonia Ancient Art
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$1,675.00 

This piece is a Moche ceramic stirrup-jar that dates circa 450-600 A.D., Moche IV-V periods. This interesting piece is approximately 9.75 inches high, and is intact with no repair/restoration. This piece has some minute black spotty mineral deposits, and has some light brown burnishing. This piece has light orange/red highlights over a cream colored background, and is a very detailed Moche fineline ceramic. This lively piece shows two detailed and animated "Strombus Monsters", which are seen... Click for details

X-Rare & Intact Moche Blackware Manta Ray Stirrup-Vessel
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1177714
1177714


Apolonia Ancient Art
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$3,675.00 

This extremely rare piece is a Moche blackware ceramic that dates circa 100 B.C.-200 A.D., Moche 1-II periods. This piece is approximately 6.75 inches high by 5.6 inches wide. This Moche ceramic is an early blackware example, and has a solid black/brown glaze over a light brown terracotta. This piece is in the form of a manta ray, and is seen in an upright position with its wings and tail section acting as support legs. This upright design allows the viewer to see a raised head that has... Click for details

Rare Moche Fineline Stirrup-Vessel with Marsh Scene: Ex Sotheby's
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1177558
1177558


Apolonia Ancient Art
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$3,265.00 

This interesting Moche ceramic dates circa 300-500 A.D., Moche III-IV periods. This superb piece is approximately 9.25 inches high, and is in intact condition with vibrant colors. This piece has some attractive light brown burnishing on the vessel, and has reddish-brown painted highlights over a cream background. This piece has a conical projection from the top of the vessel, and an attached red stirrup handle is seen on the side. This conical projection may represent a Moche ceremonial... Click for details

Large Dramatic Veracruz Xipe-Toltec Ceremonial Figurine with Fan
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1169806
1169806


Apolonia Ancient Art
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$3,675.00 

This large piece is a "Veracruz" culture standing priest, Remojadas type, that dates from the Classic period, circa 450-650 A.D. This piece is approximately 22.5 inches high, and easily stands by itself on a custom wooden stand. This piece is of an artistic style, known as "Remojadas", which is the name of a particular archaeological site, although objects in closely related styles actually come from a number of different sites in Veracruz. The name "Remojadas" thus refers to objects from... Click for details

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