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Item:254367696484Three Pieces of Precolumbian Costa Rican Huetar Pottery. The bowl (this is actually more likely to have been used as a lid) was purchased from Mark Clark of New World Antiquities, San Francisco in the late 1980s, and the two jars were purchased from a dealer in New Mexico around the same time. The bowl/lid measures 15.5 x 5.5 cms; the larger jar is 11 x 9 cms; and the smaller jar is 6 x 6.5 cm. Each has some wear and/or repair, but no restoration. (The bowl has been repaired from one small and two larger sherds; the larger jar has some chips to the rim; and the smaller jar has a single sherd reattached.) The plastic stand is not included. I am a ceramics historian and can guarantee the authenticity of these pieces. They may be returned for a refund (buyer pays all shipping costs) within 14 days of receipt if you are not satisfied. These pieces make a nice group, are guaranteed authentic, and are listed for less than I paid for them more than 30 years agoFeatured Refinements:Pre-Columbian Antiquities, Material:Pottery
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Precolumbian Costa Rican Huetar Pottery, Three Pieces, Authenticity Guaranteed