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A lovely set of three Quail Doves flutes from the Chorotega culture, Costa Rica. Buff with some burnished areas. Each flute is designed with two heads opposed top and bottom. Four finger holes produce beautiful tones. Each has its own unique design but all are similar in form. They contain a suspension hole to be worn around the neck. Very minor surface loss otherwise in choice condition. Mounted on custom stand that measures 6" in height. Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica 1000 - 1523 AD.

Individually measured from largest to small: 4" tall with 3" dia., 3.75" tall with 2 3/8" dia., 3" tall with 2" dia.

855. USD
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