**Originally Listed At $175**
Pre-Columbian, Honduras, Ulua Valley, Maya, Late Classic Period, ca. 550 to 900 CE. A beautiful ceramic bowl created by Maya artisans in the Ulua Valley. The flat-based body flares outwards to create the shallow basin and rolled rim. A red-painted stripe encircles the interior just beneath the rim which itself is adorned with five red-and-black lines. The exterior shows a thin register of pyramids above a wide register of solid panels alternating with abstract stepped columns leading towards a central sun disk. Size: 7" W x 2.2" H (17.8 cm x 5.6 cm).
Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection; ex-private Los Angeles, California, USA collection
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