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Sale 2003 Lot 879

Chancay Painted Clay Double-Bodied Vessel

Early Post-Classic, 900-1200, Peru, black-painted white clay, the figure wearing a double-horned headdress standing atop one vessel body, the other vessel body with a vertical spout, the vessels raised on flared circular bases.
h. 9-3/4"
h. 9-3/4", w. 7-1/4", d. 2-3/8"

Provenance: Collection of Jacqueline H. Howell, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Estimate $500-800

Unsold
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