Full Details for Lot 881

Sale 2003 Lot 881

Nazca Painted and Glazed Terracotta Figural Stirrup Spout Vessel

ca. 100-500, Peru, depicting a female figure dressed in dark red topped with a dramatically decorated shawl/jacket above two small stylized hands, with a flat arched handle connecting the head to the narrow spout, the rounded bottom unpainted.
h. 6-5/8", dia. 6-5/8"

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

Exhibited: 1966-67, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Estimate $1,500-2,500

Sold for $2,500
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