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Lot 210: A fine Teotihuacan tripod vase from Mexico
November 6, 2016
Montrose, CA, USALive Auction
Description: A fine Teotihuacan tripod vase from Mexico, ca. 200 - 400 AD. This nice Late Xolalpan example is 4-5/8 in high, 5-1/8 in in diameter and has a widely flared rim. Texture was created by polishing alternating sections. An elegant form with extensive mineral deposits and root marks. Ex Magor estate. Cf. Rattray 'Teotihuacan', page 549, for similar from the 'Old Museum' at Teotihuacan.
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