Pre-Columbian EARLY & RARE BOUND FIGURE ECUADOR COA
May 30, 2020
For your consideration is this very early ceramic representation of a figure. Of the enigmatic “bed” type, swaddled and bound to a narrow pallet with three. Sturdy double-coils; the eyes, nose and open mouth are discernible. 6.25 (16 cm) x 2 (5 cm) x 1.75 (4.4 cm) Aside from an insignificant hairline. And rim-chip, this remarkable, museum-grade antiquity is in excellent condition. Bound Figure Machalilla Culture Manabí, Ecuador 1500 – 1100 B. American Society of Appraisers, certified Specialist Pre-Columbian Art Specialist. With a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity that includes a photo, description, provenance and chronology of. If not to U. And bona-fide guarantees of authenticity. A Certificate of Authenticity is only as valid as the issuers credentials. Unrealistically low prices for forgeries. Reproductions, pastiches, illegal or mis-attributed artifacts. Offered by uninformed or venal vendors are ultimately neither true “bargains” nor prudent fiscal investments. Images may be enlarged to provide greater detail. The item “Pre-Columbian EARLY & RARE BOUND FIGURE ECUADOR COA” is in sale since Monday, April 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antiquities\The Americas”. The seller is “rodrogrs” and is located in Merrick, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Material: Pottery