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Peru, 16th c., center band of painted figures and animals with traces of red, green and gold paint remaining, the upper and lower bands with relief carved geometric design,
7.25"h
A kero cup is a ceremonial Andean beaker that was an important part of Inca (ca. 1450–1532) culture prior to the arrival of the Spaniards.
From the extensive collection of a Connecticut gentleman who lived in Latin America for many years. This is the third installment of this collection to be sold by CRN Auctions.

Condition

There are several cracks, the largest with period repair filled with lead, drilled and tied.

Starting Bid

$250.00

Buyer's Premium

  • 25%

SPANISH COLONIAL/INCA WOODEN KERO

Auction ended on Sun, May 20, 2018
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Estimate $500 - $800
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