Chorrera Stirrup Vessel
- American Indian & Ethnographic Arts - 3185B
- Date / Time :
- December 01, 2018 10:00AM
Chorrera Stirrup Vessel, c. 1200-500 BC, single-ridged stirrup-spout grayware vessel depicting a rodent atop an irregular half sphere cherimoya fruit base, the rodent holds its front legs up to its mouth, eating, back legs and tail at the back of the vessel, ht. 8 in.
Provenance: Private collection, Columbus, Ohio; Robert Duff, Long Beach, California.
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