An excellent globular effigy vessel from the Michoacan culture, Mexico. Ca. 100 B.C.
- 250 A.D. Stands over 10" in height. Cream paint over highly burnished red slip.
A sweet rectangular face on extended rim with arms painted in front. An additional
representation of a bird with outstretched wings in reverse on sides.
Comparable example is published in The Teuchitlan Tradition and a similar pot is
owned by the American Museum of Natural History albeit without the superior quality
and size possessed by this Galeria Contici vessel.
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and consideration, proving fine Pre-Columbian art for sale.
Sequence of major Archaeological cultural phases in pre-columbian mesoamerica are:
Olmec; Monte Alto; Monte Albán; Mayan; Teotihuacan; Michoacan; Zapotec; Jalisco;
Nayarit; Colima; Mezcala; Chupicuaro; Veracruz; Tarascan; Mixtec; Tula; Toltec; Aztec.