**Originally Listed At $150**
Pre-Columbian, Mexico, Guerrero, Mezcala, ca. 400 to 100 BCE; West Mexico, Nayarit, ca. 300 BCE to 300 CE; Mayan Territories, Maya, Late Classic Period, ca. 550 to 900 CE. Three wonderful hand-built effigy figures. First is a Guerrero Mezcala frog, carved from a light-gray stone with glinting gold-hued inclusions, with a hunched back, curled limbs, and an anthropomorphic face. Second is a Nayarit terracotta quadruped puppy whistle with a bulbous body, conical tail, and a petite head with perky ears and hemispherical eyes. Last is a Mayan pottery bat with outspread wings, protruding chest, miniscule feet, and a triangular head with circular eyes; a small perforation is on top of the head. A fine collection from three distinct Pre-Columbian cultures! Size of largest (puppy): 4.625" L (11.7 cm).
Provenance: ex-Adeon Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA, acquired prior to 1970
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