DescriptionMaya Bowl, Michoacan Tripod, and Huastec Plate
Maya, Michoacan, Huastec
C. 400-800 AD
Buff and Slipped and Painted Pottery
1¾" to 3 7/8" Tall and 7¼" to 11" Wide
The Maya bowl is intact with various surface pitting and painted in deep orange with various sunburst glyphs and numeral designations in black. A Michoacan bowl stands on three feet and painted in red, white, and orange with a very worn, incised design in the center; this bowl, with some repaired shards on one side. The large plate is Huastec with a very faded iguana zoomorph surrounded by ornate circling designs, this, with only two areas of filled nicks to the rim.
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