Terracotta vessel, in the shape of a seted female. Holding her arms beside her face. Jalisco culture Price: SOLDSize: 12 x 8,5 cm Period: Mexico c. 100 B.C. - 250 AD Condtion: Intact
Mahogany Obsidian Colima Blade, found in found in Guerrero Mexico. This piece has some exceptional flaking. These were ceremonial blades. Price: SOLD Size: 21,5 cm Material: Stone Period: 100 - 200 AD Condition: Intact
Terracotta stamp, depicting a standing figure, wearing headdress and necklace. Backside has holding knob. Price: € 300,--Size: 7 x 5 cm Period: 600 - 900 AD Material: Terracotta
Buff-brown color solid pottery standing male figure, wearing necklace and small ear spools. He wears a conical penis cover. Painted red and white pigment highlights.Price: € SOLDSize: 9 x 6,5 cm Material: Terracotta Period: Mexico, c, 400 - 100 B.C.
Group of nine handcarved beads, depicting animals and birds. Manteno culture, EcuadorPrice: SOLDSize: 1 / 1,5 cm Period: 1000 - 1500 AD Material: Terracotta
A finely carved were-jaguar mask. Very Rare mask in Jade. Price; P.O.R.Period: c. 900-600 B.C. Mexico Size: 5.25”/13.33 cm H; 4”/10.16 cm W; 2.25”/5.71 cm D. High polished stone with no fractures. Completely intact in choice condition. Provenance: L. Smyth, Florida. 1970s - 80s. Accompanied by a hardbound CIRAM Scientific Analysts and Ruffner Art...
An excellent and robust Chancay Mummy Bundle Mask. Exceptional and large. With mounting stand. Price: € 2250,--Size: 11.5"/ 29.2 cm in height. 13.5"/ 34.3 cm Period: 1200-1470 AD. Central coastal region, Peru. Condition: Extremely Good
Inca Hunchback Figure, highly deformed bronze nude figure. Very rare.Price: € 1390,--Size: 12,7 x 5, 1 cm Period: c. 1400 AD Condition: excellent Provenance: U.S.A. collection FL.
Exceptional and robust granite stone mortar of the Transition Style. Beautiful spiral perforation on the tail.Price € 7.900,--Size: 23 x 10 cm Period: c. 2000 - 300 B.C. Material: Granite stone Origin: Ecuador, Valdiavia region
An excellent Inca bronze tumi with full size Feline Price: € 4.200,--Size: 8,2 x 9,5 cm Period: Peru c. 1350-1500 AD. Material: Bronze Condtion: Very Good RF: Similar example is house at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number : 64.228.242; the “1874 German Bilder Atlas” and in “Cobra Del Antiguo Peru".
Valdivian Phase 2-3 Flat Palmer Stone. Price: € 3.400,--Size: 19,7 cm Period: Loma Alta, Ecuador Ca 2500 BC - 2200 BC. Material: Fine sandstone Provenance: Ex. Mann Collection, Va. Acquired in the 1970s
A black obsidian tapered blade with a tapered rectangular tang. Good ancient surface patina.Price: SOLDSize: 15 x 4 cm Period: c. 600 - 900 AD Origin: The Mayan Areas - Classic Maya Provenance: Major Elmer McBride, acquired the collection in 1947