Two Pre-Columbian Figurative Pottery Vessels
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Two Pre-Columbian Figurative Pottery Vessels, a Moche stirrup-spout vessel of a seated man wearing an elaborate necklace, and another seated figure, possibly from Ecuador, holding a spondylus shell and wearing ear ornaments, (both with repairs), ht. to 8 3/4 in.
Property from the estate of George Wald.
chip and restoration to the rim of the black figure with abrasions throughout, a large repair to the handle and body of the other figure.
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