DescriptionCollection of Three Maya Bowls
Maya, Southern Lowlands
C. 600- 900 AD
3½" x 7"; 4" x 6¾"; and 4¼" x 6"
The group includes three intact Southern Lowlands offering bowls, only one with a few ancient chips, otherwise, all with very eroded polychrome surfaces. One vessel shows tied rope columns and snouted reptilian deity heads; another bowl retains orange and brown painted jars with figures that appear to be jaguar headed anthropomorphs holding forward a jar. The third retains three images of a seated chief holding a cup and two jars spaced between them. All bowls have original, as archaeologically found surfaces.
Estimate: $900 - $1,200.
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