Carved Pre-Columbian green jade face pendant in an elaborate headdress, with two heads on top, and large ear spools. 600-900 AD
Precolumbian, Chauncay Culture. Circular orange terracotta vessel with an animal like face on the side, wearing earrings and necklace. 1200-1450 AD (5” x 6”)
Flat appliqué design of a standing terracotta figure holding an infant with an incised coiffure and necklace. Purportedly from Querendaro, Michoacan, bears striking similarities to Chipicuaro figures of the Guanajuato variety. Light dirt patina. West Mexico.
400-100 BC (3 1/2" x 3")
Pre-Columbian. Nayarit Culture. Terracotta seated figure holds a ball in his hands, with a small smile, almond shaped eyes and a hat on his head. In red, black and beige. Protoclassic. 100 BC-250 AD (10” x 5”)
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