Jamacoaque Ceramic Figural Vessel
5th century AD. A ceramic biconical vessel with flared base and tubular neck with everted flange rim; to the upper body a series of appliques and a hatched collar to the neck; emerging from the shoulder, two human figures in large headdresses facing each other across the neck; traces of red paint to the legs of the figures. Ceramic, 441grams, 16.5 cm (6 1/2").[No Reserve]
Fine condition, minor chip to base.