ca. 400- 600 AD - Peru
|Century/ Timeframe:||ca. 400- 600 AD|
|Dimensions (in cm):||Width: 9 inches (22.86 cm)|
Polychromed pottery bowl having a wide exterior band containing two multi-color painted, highly stylized fantastic deities in centipede form.
Dimensions: Width: 9 inches (22.86 cm)
Condition: Repaired from several original pieces, with restoration over break lines. Some roughness and loss to painted decoration. One v-shape piece reattached with visible breakline.
Provenance: Ex. Bill Freeman Estate Collection, Scottsdale AZ. & NM., ex. Ex. Emmerich Frankel, Switzerland, collected in 1967.
Material: Ceramic, polychrome
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The seller hereby guarantees the lot to be authentic, acquired by legal means and due diligence conducted to ensure stated provenance.
Based in historic Georgetown, Washington DC, Sands of Time Ancient Art gallery offer a wide range of exceptional antiquities, carefully selected for their historical importance, intrinsic beauty and artistic value. All objects sold by Sands of Time are guaranteed for authenticity and provenance, and are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and related documentation. Our extensive collection includes museum-quality art in stone, bronze, pottery, glass and gold from ancient civilizations ranging from the ancient Near East and Egypt to the Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Byzantine, PreColumbian and Gandharan worlds.
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|United Kingdom||$ 75.60|
|United States||$ 29.08|
|Rest of Europe||$ 75.60|
|Rest of the World||$ 75.60|
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