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34: Pre-Columbian Pottery Figure, Ecuador, Quimbaya "Re : Lot 34

Pre-Columbian Pottery Figure, Ecuador, Quimbaya "Re : Lot 34

Resultado de imagen para calima orfebreria

Resultado de imagen para calima orfebreria

Pottery Mold and Figure [Manabi-Bahia culture of Pre-Columbian Ecuador, 500 BC - 300 AD]

Standing Figure, ceramic from the Esteros or Bahia Culture, Ecuador.

Pre-Columbian, Ecuador, ca. 1000-1400CE.  Known as the Caldas Complex ceramics, archaeologists call these sculptures "slab-headed" figurines.

Pre-Columbian, Ecuador, ca. Known as the Caldas Complex ceramics, archaeologists call these sculptures "slab-headed" figurines.

Mayan Zoomorphic Effigy Ocarina -  Origin: Guatemala Circa: 500 AD to 1000 AD Dimensions: 7.5 (19.1cm) high Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta

Mayan Zoomorphic Effigy Ocarina - Origin: Guatemala Circa: 500 AD to 1000 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta

PERU 1300-1532 BC. | "Cuchimilcos" - referred to Chancay ceramics representing human beings. They are more or less realistic figurines with lots of creativity and certain nuances of primitiveness. The extremely short and weak limbs, just drawn faces and not always finished decorating, motivate our attention. Pre-Columbian Peru | Museo Arqueologico Peruano - MAP Cusco | South America

PERU 1300-1532 BC. | "Cuchimilcos" - referred to Chancay ceramics representing human beings. They are more or less realistic figurines with lots of creativity and certain nuances of primitiveness. The extremely short and weak limbs, just drawn faces and not always finished decorating, motivate our attention. Pre-Columbian Peru | Museo Arqueologico Peruano - MAP Cusco | South America

Pre-Columbian, West Mexico, Jalisco, San Juanito, ca. 200 BCE to 200 CE. A skillfully modeled bichrome pottery seated, perhaps hunchback figure posed with his left arm under his chin and left hand placed upon the wrist of his right hand which rests upon his right knee. Possessing a characteristically elongated head, he presents a rather tranquil visage comprised of slit eyes and mouth, a long, protruding nose, and angular ears. He wears a crossed headband of applied and incised coils, and…

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Later 'Proliferous' pottery of the ancient Nazca culture of Peru

Nazca culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia-The Nazca culture is characterized by its beautiful polychrome pottery, painted with at least 15 distinct colors.