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
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A charming trio of small Bahia-type solid standing figurines. Each are sweet and
unique. The first wears an elaborate ear and nose ornaments. All measure over 4"
in height. Custom metal stand…
If you are searching for a book that ties together Andean mythology, Incan Historical Data and a new approach to those applications and relevancies into today, this book will impress you. Also available on
Superbly crafted Jamacoaque pectoral mask depicting a shaman in transformation, possibly into a dragon or other. Nicely detailed with crisply incised teeth, horns on the forehead and excellent paint throughout. Choice condition.
An adorable set of four miniature assorted bowls. Black-on-red resist painted. Each
distinctively designed. Deposits throughout surface with some rim chips and pitting.
Deaccession numbers on bottom. For display or study…
A wonderful Manteño shell mortar in the shape of a parakeet. This adorable miniature
mortar was de-accessioned from the collection of the Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC
(inventory 67.12.12). Published in the book “The Pre-Columbian Collection…