A sweet Effigy Jar from the Chorrera culture, Ecuador. Ca. 1000-500 BC. This open
bowl vessel is mold made. Reddish clay under slip. Burnished. Adolescent in appearance.
Wears over-sized ear plugs (napkin ring type). Mineral deposits throughout vessel.
Measures 4" in height. Condition is Choice.
Similar example is illustrated on pg 50 plate 411 in "Ancient Ecuador - Culture,
Clay and Creativity 3000-300 B.C."