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ECGG-108 Guangalal Bone Boundary Markers Image 1 Order / Inquire
8,850. USD
All Items: Ecuador: ECGG-108C

An extraordinary pair of carved bone tenons, most likely used as boundary markers. This high elite is heavily embellished throughout his body in prototypical geometric Guangala fashion. Stands with arms across the chest wearing a royal headdress. To exemplify power, the Jaguar is poised atop a column of composed registers. Two separate Zig-zag elements between double horizontal thick bans. Both superb with excellent patina. Each measures 7.25”/ 18.41 cm. respectively. Mounted on custom metal display stand.

Ecuador Ca. 500 BC - 500 AD.

Condition: Choice

Provenance: Ex Alexander Acevedo Gallery, NYC

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