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This classic Inca qero has the characteristic Inca form with slightly concave sides, a flat base, and rounded rim. Decoration consists of three incised registers. Immediately under the rim, a gorgeous painted register with images of 5 detailed Jaguars heads, and 5 Suns with semi circles representing halos. The middle band has a zig-zag pattern and the rest of the lower vessel is adorned with continuous vertical bands of chevrons.

Possibly made of Escallonia wood. A normal split has developed throughout antiquity. Peru. 16th century. Measures a large 7.5"/19,05 cm in height with a 5.5” /13,97 dia opening.

3,425. USD
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Classic Inca Kero
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