Pre-Columbian Early Maya Seated Deity Figure Ca. 300-600 A. D. Rare Example
June 24, 2018
Natural buff-brown pottery seated dignitary having an urn shape opening in his back, and resting his hands on his knees. Depicted with perforated eyes, ridged nose and cheek elements. Wearing large tubular ear ornaments, large tied bows on necklace and wrists, belted loincloth. Scattered mineral deposits and root marks on the surface. Left arm and leg reattached with restoration over the breaklines. Bow on left wrist is half restored, otherwise intact. Private West coast collection, acquired Leonard Kaplan collection, Arte Primitivo Gallery, 1970s. The item “Pre-Columbian Early Maya Seated Deity Figure Ca. 300-600 A. D. Rare Example” is in sale since Thursday, April 27, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antiquities\The Americas”. The seller is “vidurainc” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.