Terracotta stamp, depicting a standing figure, wearing headdress and necklace. Backside has holding knob. Price: € 300,-- Reduced € 225,--Size: 7 x 5 cm Period: 600 - 900 AD Material: Terracotta
Golden nose ornament from the Moche culture. These type were worn by dignitary, during ceremonies. Showing Deity god with his tropy heads. Inlaid eyes. Cut,hammered,embossed gold, with traces of cinibar. Price: € 3.500,-- Size: 14 x 9 cm Period: 100 500 AD, Peru Material: Gold and inlaid eyes of shell. Provenance: U.S.A. Collection 1970's
Terracotta stamp in the shape of a mask, with a sv=cene on the back. Figure standing in entrance of a temple or gateway, wearing earspools.Price € 350,--Size: 9 x 7,6 cm Period: Aztec, c. 1400- 1500 AD Material: Terracotta
This open-work gold nose ornament depicts a deity holding two staffs, facing fiers creatures on both sides. Worn, this nose ornament would have covered much of the wearer’s mouth: perhaps the powerful imagery was thought to imbue the wearer’s speech with great strength. Price: € 2.500,-- Size: 12,5 x 10 cm Origin: Peru, Moche, Loma Negra Period:...
Very fine terracotta Ocarina, depicting a seated chief or God. Price: € 1.500,-- Reduced € 750,--Size: 7 x 5,5 cm Material: Terracotta Period: c. 1000- 1300 AD, Tairona,Colombia Provenance: Ex. Malter Gallerries U.S.A. 1990's, before in USA collection 1970's
Rare and exceptional Wari False Head. Inlaid with bone and shell, all origional.Price: € 5.000,--Size: 20,30 cm ( 8"inch ) Origin: Central highlands, Peru. Middle Horizon 650 to 1050 A.D. Material: Shell, bone and wood Provenance: U.S.A. collection
Polychrome decorated spouted vessel, having a tapered cylindrical body with a long pour spout and a tapered ring base. Decorated on both sides with a large stylized glyph. A rare type.Price: € 1250,-- Reduced € 1000,-- Size: 13 cm (5-1/4”H. x 2”W.) Period: 500-800 A.D. Provenance: Ex. Veracruzana Inc. NYC 1960s; to Edward H. Merrin Gallery, Inc., 1970s.
Rare Colima funerary mask. Comes with custom made stand.Price: € 2000,-- Reduced € 1500,--Size: 21,5 x 16,5 cm ( 8.46 x 6.50"} Condition: intact Period: c. 250 B.C. - 200 AD Material: Pottery Origin: Mexico, Colima Provenance: ex Jack Hart collection, ex New World Artifacts Gallery, ex Arte Xibalba U.S.A.
Rare necklace with carnelian stone "bullet" beads.Hand-cut, and hand-drilled beads.Price: € 1200,-- Reduced € 850,--Length: 50 cm Period: 1000 - 1300 ADOrigin: Colombia, Tairona
Rare salmon color pottery house having a peaked roof, both top peaks are perforated. Scattered areas of light surface deposits. A small original piece reattached on the left side of doorway, rear wall repaired from a few original pieces with restoration over the break lines.Price: € 1400,- Reduced € 1250,--Size; 14,5 x 15,25 cm Period: 100 BC -...
Solid pottery seated female figure, each holding a bowl on her right shoulder, and left hand held to the side of her head. Wearing a decorated headband and knee length skirt, painted red-orange highlights and details on a cream slip ground. Scattered mineral deposits on her surface. Nice example.Price: € 750,--Size: 12 cm Period: c. 100 B.C.-250 A.D....
Large polychrome decorated pottery bowl having a fluted lower body and slighted fluted upper rim. Rim painted red-orange with some remaining black painted glyphs, traces of red-orange monkeys painted on the lower bowlPrice: € 2500,-- € 1500,--Size: 23 x 11 cm Material: Pottery Provenance: R & A Esman collection, U.S.A., acquired 1970s.