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PRE-COLUMBIAN AZTEC CENSOR, MEXICO POST CLASSIC PERIODS, CA 1000-1425 AD, 14 1/2' , A REDWARE POTTERY EXAMPLE HAVING AN OPENWORK BOWL DECORATED WITH CROSS TYPE AND INCISED GEOMETRIC ELEMENTS, STANDING ON KNOBBED FEET. LONG, CYLINDRICAL HANDLE TERMINATING WITH A FELINE FINIAL, HAVING AN OPEN, TOOTHY MOUTH. INCISED STEPPED GEOMETRIC DECORATION ON THE HANDLE. MINERAL DEPOSITS AND ROOT MARKS ON ON THE SURFACE. RIM CHIP AND REPAIRED BREAK IN THE UPPER PORTION OF THE HANDLE.
ACQUIRED FROM ARTE PRIMITIVO, HOWARD S. ROSE GALLERY FROM A PRIVATE MIDWESTERN COLLECTION.

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RIM CHIP AND REPAIRED BREAK IN THE UPPER PORTION OF THE HANDLE. ACQUIRED FROM ARTE PRIMITIVO, HOWARD S. ROSE GALLERY FROM A PRIVATE MIDWESTERN COLLECTION.

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PRE-COLUMBIAN AZTEC CENSOR

Auction ended on Sat, Mar 3, 2018
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Estimate $1,000 - $2,000
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