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Item:163875215789Never Listed, Pre Columbian, Pottery, Meso American Zone, Possible Teotihuacan mounted figure with two mounted Mayan simian head shards, the Teotihuacan figure is 88 grams unmounted weight, 4 1/4 inches unmounted height, 2 7/8 inches in width, 7/8 inches in depth, the two simian shards are 18 and 17 grams in weight, both are about 1 1/2 inches in height, 1 inch in width, and 1 1/4 inches in depth, the shards boast, authenticity, detail, and subject matter, the mounted figure is 5 3/8 inches in height. The Teotihuacan figure is in perfect condition, with no missing pieces, chips, cracks or repairs, the figure boasts it's excellent subject matter, detail, and likely authenticity, with the expected weathering and appropriate deposits of antiquity. All photos were taken by the seller (who does not substitute images), utilizing a Canon digital camera, and a laboratory quality AmScope, trinocular stereo microscope. Images 1 thru 7 were shot with the Canon, they reflect the subject figure in varying positions, *images 8 thru 12 were taken with the AmScope, they reflect the subject fragment's clay/paste composition, ancient pigment, earthly and/or manganese mineral deposits. My artifacts have been sold to the owners of art galleries in New York and Denver, and to residents of Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Switzerland, Austria and a few other countries. Shipping: North American members expect me to use USPS/Canada Post tracking, with insurance, and expedited service. Shipping: International members, in most cases I will use Canada Post air, tracked with insurance. In order to offer the best possible shipping rates I maintain accounts with, USPS, Canada Post, FedEx, UPS and DHL, I combine shipping and do not seek to profit from service, most purchases are double boxed and packed with great care using the best materials money can buy. As always if you have a question or would like to comment don't hesitate, I answer all inquiries/comments, in some cases allow 24-36 hours for a response. Sellers Comment: I spent about 30 minutes studying the three subject pieces with the AmScope, my conclusions are, with out a doubt the two simian fragments are authentic. The odds are the figure is authentic, as it's clay/paste composition, low temperature firing marks, and mineral deposits appear to be period correct. *Unless requested, I will not be posting magnified images of the three subject artifacts, thanks for your interest. I will likely separate the artifacts from their bases, all pieces will be numbered.Material:pottery, Provenance:from my collection, Featured Refinements:Pre-Columbian Antiquities
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Pre Columbian, Pottery, Teotihuacan, Three Mounted Figure/Shards, E/L/C +300 900