Moche Warrior Scepter
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Intricate carved scepter of important high ranked warrior. He stands clutching a mace club close to his chest. Inlaid adornments of Red Spondylus shaped for bracelets, belt and eyes. Necklace is made of Necur (mother-of-pearl) and green stones for pupils (warrior, jaguar and snakes). A fearsome crouched Jaguar is perched over his head projecting intimidation with ears up, squinting eyes and canines exposed. Down is back shoulders are two long fanged serpents. Lower handle is tapered. Museum File Card included.


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