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Grouping includes; largest vessel is of gay colored clay and measures about 11 inches in diameter and just above 5 inches tall with a deep bowl, and a stemmed base, second to largest vessel measures 3 inches tall and 6.5 inches wide with a diameter of 7 inches and bears a weathered maroon color most likely made of red clay, and the smallest bowl is a lipped vessel made of black clay and appears to have a very faint polished finish on it, the bowl measures just over 4 inches tall and just over 5 inches in width with a diameter of just over 4 inches as well. All items are in good condition with no signs of damage or repair, and appear to be of significant age. River finds from the New River region, Belize found prior to 1950, part of an old Louisiana collection.

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GROUPING OF 3 LARGE BELIZEAN PRE-COLUMBIAN VESSELS

Estimate $150 - $350Oct 22, 2016
Tallahassee, FL, USA