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A Moche burnished Pottery
bridge vessel, Peru, circa 800 AD, 22 cm high, 23 cm wide. Thermoluminescence test report from the University of Wollongong.
A fine Luristan hollow-cast
bronze master of animals figure. Western Iran, early 1st millennium BC, 12 cm high. Provenance: the Collection of the late William Bowmore OBE, Mossgreen MA101 lot 733, 24/11/08
A pre-Columbian NARI
?O Culture painted earthenware vessel. 800-1,500. Circular, the flared rim and short neck above the squat body with a sharp chine to the waist, painted with geometric designs in earth pigments over incised outlines. Height 17.5 cm.
A pre-Columbian Sauce Culture
(Bolivia) painted earthenware handled vessel 0-300A.D., in the stylized form of a man with moulded and painted decoration, a loop handle to the back (with receipt from Kramer Arte Primitivo, Buenos Aires). Height 14.5 cm
A pre-Columbian COCL
? (Panama) painted earthenware rattle bowl, 800-1500 A.D., the circular bowl on three feet, decorated all over in red and black earth pigments, the interior with a stylized figure of a man (with receipt from Kramer, Buenos Aires). Heigh
A pre-Columbian moche (Peru)
painted earthenware vessel, in the form of an owl, with typical Moche tubular handle (with receipt from Kramer, Buenos Aires). Height 21.5 cm. Length 19 cm
A Peruvian pottery figure
, circa 1000-4000 AD, the figure from the Chancay culture depicts a stylised figure with a raised definition. Height 16 cm.
A Mayan pottery moulded
statuette of a seated couple, the moon goddess and consort, late classic period, 650-900 AD