A wonderful Potosi Applique with crocodilian effigy. This ritual incense burner has
a top cover finalized with a portrayal of an aggressive spiny Caiman. Three rows
of exaggerated pointed scutes crowns his elongated head. Two double ring banning
appliqué surround the upper and matching lower section. White and red colors faintly
appear near the eyes and legs. Lower bowl has vertical stripes in light yellow. Overall
body is heavily textured.
Greater Nicoya region, Costa Rica, 500 - 1350 AD (Period V-VI)
This deeply engraved bone idol is a Dignitary holding ritual objects. Surrounding the central figure are decorations of large bands of geometric shapes with small interlocking frets that progresses into the back..
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...
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
A Jamacoaque warrior figure in a seated position. Wears head gear, decorated chest guard/tunic and loin cloth. Bans around both hands and Legs. Coloration is nice.
Post contact. Consigned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art A set of ceremonial Chicha
drinking bowls from the Altiplano area of Bolivia. Nicely patinated. Each produced
from a single piece of wood. Both contain a pair of yoked animals centered in the
middle with side carved handle/straps…
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…