DescriptionMaya Offering Bowl with Compound Glyphs
C. 400-600 AD
Slipped and Painted Ceramic
3¼" Tall x 8½" Wide
The interior of the bowl is painted in a deep reddish orange, a black band at the rim, and the exterior wall divided by two red and black outlined columns. Inside each panel is a large compound glyph of a deity eye with plumes joined with a human head wearing a tall headdress with suspended ornaments. The bowl is intact and solid with some minor surface losses.
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500.
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