Pre-Columbian Sacrificial Dish Terracotta Pottery Vessel Ancient Fragmented Art
C e l es ti a l N o n e s u ch. A terracotta pottery footed bowl, it is uncertain as to whether the intact portion is the top rim or the bottom rim. A lovely little vessel, possibly used as a sacrificial or other type of ritual dish. Presumably pre-Columbian, although exact age and cultural affiliation are unknown. Exhibits signs of Magnesium deposits, as well as'root marks' from being in contact with dirt for centuries. The scent of Earth has permeated this piece, this is especially noticeable when the surface is moistened. A great object for study or display, this will make a nice addition to any student or appreciators collection of Pre-Columbian art and artifacts. Very good condition, with some damage around the rim. Exhibits signs of age such as surface wear and weathering.
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This item is in the category "Antiques\Antiquities\The Americas". The seller is "celestial_nonesuch" and is located in Boyertown, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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