PRE-COLUMBIAN TERRA COTTA FEMALE FIGURE COLIMA WEST MEXICO 100 BC - 300 AD
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Цена товара 87816 руб.
Цена доставки в СНГ 7461 руб.
Начало продаж (GMT) 22 августа 2017, 21:44
Купить можно до (GMT) 22 августа 2021, 21:44
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Местонахождение Chicago, Illinois
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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE GJPaw Auctions is pleased to offer a Pre-Columbian terracotta Standing Female Figure, from the Colima culture, West Mexico. The area known archaeologically as West Mexico has long been recognized as a region of beautiful ceramic sculptures, manifestations of a reverence for ancestors and a belief in the power of symbolism. These traits are recognized as characteristic of the cultural development of the region during the period from 300 B.C. to 400 A.D., the time of the Colima culture. Colima is best known for its finely finished red burnished effigies, both of humans and animals, especially dogs, and the solid small unburnished figurines, commonly called Colima flats. This beautifully modeled, solid archaic standing female figure is depicted wearing a necklace, earrings and shows fine incision work on the lower half. It measures 2 inches in width by 0.5 inches in depth by 6 inches in height (5.08 cm by 1.27 cm by 15.2 cm). The figure shows wear consistent with a Pre-Columbian dating, but generally is in very good condition. It also comes with a specially designed, hand-made iron museum display stand for display. Guaranteed authentic, it would make a superb addition to any collection of Pre-Columbian ceramics. The famous mural artist Diego Rivera began his collection of Mexican pottery with small Colima figures - the collection later grew into a national treasure which was eventually housed in the Rivera Museum in Mexico City. GJPaw Auctions has been in the Art business for over 25 years and is now expanding its operation to eBay. Our goal is to bring the same experience and excitement of collecting that we have been delivering in-person to collectors across the globe at Primitive in Chicago. Every object we sell online has been carefully hand-selected with special attention to detail, quality, and significance. We ship worldwide. Add GJPaw to Sellers you Follow and please take a moment to look at our other auction items. A010827-363