Ethnographic | Tribal | American Frontier 2019-11-14 Auction - 372 Price Results - Artemis Gallery in CO - Page 2
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Near-Complete Psittacosaurus Dinosaur Skeleton20th C. Plains Buckskin Tipi, Beadwork & Quill Tassels17th C. Spanish Colonial Walnut Altar Tabernacle
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Maya Polychrome Cylinder Vase w/ Three Feet: Pre-Columbian, Southern Mexico to Guatemala, Maya, Late Classic Period, ca. 550 to 900 CE. With dense, ornate motifs around its body, this is a ceramic cylinder vessel with rich iconography. It was
0016A: Maya Polychrome Cylinder Vase w/ Three FeetEst. $2,000-$3,000
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Maya Blackware Bowl w/ Cinnabar Decoration: Pre-Columbian, Southern Mexico to Guatemala, Maya, Late Classic Period, ca. 550 to 900 CE. A beautiful pottery bowl with a round but stable base, tall walls with a flared rim, and a deep basin. The
0016B: Maya Blackware Bowl w/ Cinnabar DecorationEst. $1,600-$2,400
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Maya Jadeite Earspools w/ Floral Design (pr): Pre-Columbian, Southern Mexico to Guatemala, Maya, Late Classic Period, ca. 550 to 900 CE. A gorgeous set of two hand-carved jadeite earspools with thick, cylindrical bodies and concave versos. Each
0018A: Maya Jadeite Earspools w/ Floral Design (pr)Est. $1,000-$1,500
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Maya Polychrome Figural Cache Vessel: Pre-Columbian, Mexico and northern Central America, Mayan Territories, Late Classic, ca. 550 to 900 CE. An incredible matched lid and body of a ceramic vessel of the style found in buried Mayan
0019: Maya Polychrome Figural Cache VesselEst. $2,500-$3,500
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Maya Ulua Valley Polychrome Bowl: Pre-Columbian, Honduras, Ulua Valley, Maya, Late Classic Period, ca. 550 to 850 CE. A hand-built and highly burnished pottery bowl with a round but stable base, gradually expanding walls, a thick
0021: Maya Ulua Valley Polychrome BowlEst. $500-$700
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Maya Carved Basalt Mask, Skull-Like Appearance: Pre-Columbian, Mexico and northern Central America, Maya Territories, Postclassic, ca. 1200 to 1450 CE. A carved basalt mask with a wonderfully weathered and deposit-covered surface. The mask
0025: Maya Carved Basalt Mask, Skull-Like AppearanceEst. $1,800-$2,500
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Beautiful Proto-Nazca Tie-Dyed Textile Poncho: Pre-Columbian, South Coast Peru, Proto-Nazca, ca. 200 to 100 BCE. A beautiful textile poncho comprised of tightly-woven camelid (alpaca or llama wool) fibers dyed in hues of crimson and gold to
0027: Beautiful Proto-Nazca Tie-Dyed Textile PonchoEst. $2,000-$3,000
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Nazca Polychrome Bird Effigy Stirrup Vessel: Pre-Columbian, South Coast Peru, Nazca, ca. 250 BCE to 125 CE. A wonderful polychrome bird effigy vessel with a stirrup spout joining head to back and its wings and tailfeathers skillfully painted in
0027A: Nazca Polychrome Bird Effigy Stirrup VesselEst. $1,800-$2,400
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Tall Nazca Polychrome Drum - TL Tested: Pre-Columbian, Nazca culture, Peru South Coast, ca. 100 to 400 CE. A fascinating hourglass-shaped drum, hand-built from ceramic and painted with the distinctive black-outlined, colorful Nazca
0027B: Tall Nazca Polychrome Drum - TL TestedEst. $9,000-$13,000
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