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Lot 2033A: (lot of 21) Pre-Columbian vases of lovely form, the tallest from Tlatilco, Central Mexico, circa 500-200 BC, two red tones, repairs ...

December 9th

by Clars Auction Gallery

December 9, 2012

Oakland, CA, USA

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  • (lot of 21) Pre-Columbian vases of lovely form, the tallest from Tlatilco, Central Mexico, circa 500-200 BC, two red tones, repairs ...
  • (lot of 21) Pre-Columbian vases of lovely form, the tallest from Tlatilco, Central Mexico, circa 500-200 BC, two red tones, repairs ...
  • (lot of 21) Pre-Columbian vases of lovely form, the tallest from Tlatilco, Central Mexico, circa 500-200 BC, two red tones, repairs ...
  • (lot of 21) Pre-Columbian vases of lovely form, the tallest from Tlatilco, Central Mexico, circa 500-200 BC, two red tones, repairs ...
  • (lot of 21) Pre-Columbian vases of lovely form, the tallest from Tlatilco, Central Mexico, circa 500-200 BC, two red tones, repairs ...
   
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Description: (lot of 21) Pre-Columbian vases of lovely form, the tallest from Tlatilco, Central Mexico, circa 500-200 BC, two red tones, repairs on one long 10.5''h crack, root marks, tri-lobed, the second a Teotihuacan Mexico, AD 500-800 vase with wide rim, having manganese creations, the smallest a tiny turtle vessel with two holes for suspension, Mesoamerica, repaired on hemispheric crack, tallest: 11''h, Pre-Columbian, Mexico, before 200 AD, ceramic figures and fragments including a Colima, Western Mexico, 200 BC- AD 200 complete figure having buff color, and a Chupicuaro, Mexico, 500-300 BC, tallest: 5.5''h, and Small Pre-Columbian fragments three of which are vessels, four of which are head fragments and five of which are animal heads, largest: 3.25''l.

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