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
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: P.O.R. Size: 14 x 9 cm Period: 100 500 AD, Peru Material: Gold and inlaid eyes of shell. Provenance: U.S.A. Collection 1970's
A fine Mayan stone dagger. Bi-facially knapped with thin handle and ridged sharp blades. Marbleized Gray blue chert. Dagger is very symmetric with well balance to handle.Price: € 1.100,-- (Custom stand included) Size: 9.5 inch / 24,13 cm Period: Belize region, 200 BC - 500 AD. Material: Marbleized Gray blue chert Provenance: Ex Dave Walling and...
A large and heavy solid unburnished buff slab figure from the Quimbaya culture, Caldas complex. Rarer seated female in the state of trance with extended forward down arms and legs. Price: € 1250,--Size: 10.5"/26.67 cm tall, 7.5”/19.05 cm wide. Period: Columbia 1000-1400 AD. Material: Terracotta
2 Silver figurines of the Chimu culture of Peru. A fine detailed male and female.Price: € 300,-- ( Reserved)Size: 1,8 cm ( 0,71 inch) Weight: 1,81 grams Material: Silver Period: c.900 AD Provenance: Dutch private collection
The most popular examples of ornamental tumis are associated with the Peruvian cultures of the Chimu and the Sican. Pre-columbian Tumis were usually made of metal or stone. Intact and shows Naylamp holding arms outwards.Price: € 750,--Size: 13,7 cm ( 5,4 inch) Period: c. 900 AD Material: Quartz