DescriptionMixed Lot of Pottery Vessels, Eight Pieces
Chupicuaro, Teotihuacan, Moche, Etc.
C. 200 BC to 1200 AD
Painted and Burnished Pottery
2" Tall to 8" Tall
A mixed collection of various cultures including a small grayware long necked bottle, possibly Mississippian culture, intact; a small Michoacan bowl with avian effigies, in three pieces; Chupicuaro tripod with star design, one leg with repairs; a Moche pedestal kero with cream and red paint, intact, excellent; two miniature Teotihuacan pedestal cups with remains of stucco designs, intact; a Nicoya jar on long lizard tail effigy rattle legs, all legs reattached and repair to lip; and a heavy round based brownware jar with tapering body, possibly Tlatilco, only a rim nick, else intact and solid.
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