PRE-COLUMBAN VESSELS, Mochica culture, the Chimú state

Ritual water vessel used in ceremonies in pre-Columbian America/ span>

It has a stirrup-shaped handle, a fragment of which is the figure of a seated man holding a bottle and a scoop.

It is associated with the Mochica culture and the Chimú state in what is now Peru, existing from the beginning of our era until 1470.

Black ceramics.

Height 20 cm, dia. 13.5 cm.

In good condition.


4 500 zł tax incl.