Early-Mid 20Th C Vint Facsimile Pre-Columbian Inca Red Clay Fig Ceramic Aribalo

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Seller: modsanctuary ✉️ (1,341) 100%, Location: Milford, New Hampshire, US, Ships to: WORLDWIDE, Item: 264780745167 EARLY-MID 20TH C VINT FACSIMILE PRE-COLUMBIAN INCA RED CLAY FIG CERAMIC ARIBALO . EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY VINTAGE FACSIMILE (NATIVE, INDIGENOUS COPY) of PRE-COLUMBIAN INCA RED CLAY, HAND PAINTED TRIBAL FIGURATIVE CERAMIC ARIBALO STORAGE CONTAINER, with MISSING METAL EARRINGS[Most likely Peruvian] (Circa 1935-1955)Vintage Peruvian & Latin American early to mid-20th c vintage copies & reproductions of archaic Inca figurative pottery & ceramic art DIMENSIONS: 5 3⁄4" Height x 5" Width x 2 3⁄4" Rim diameterDESCRIPTION: Offered for your review and consideration is this simply marvelous and incredibly beautiful Latin American vintage Aribalo storage vessel or figurative ceramic pitcher. It's an indigenous, native facsimile or copied reproduction of much more archaic, pre-Columbian ceramic figurative art from the once vast Inca empire that previously canvased much of South America. It was most likely realized by a Peruvian ceramic artist in the early to mid-20th century, somewhere between 1930-1955. It has two perforated holes in its ears, that are now missing most likely its original looped metal earrings. No attempt has been made to reintroduce these missing component parts, since they wouldn't be original to the figure. What's present however, is an extraordinarily well-realized and exquisitely hand painted pre-Columbian figurative ceramic vessel, with attached handle, created from local red clay and hand painted with semi-transparent, earth tone glaze. The small pitcher or ceramic vessel has a matte exterior and interior finish. There are no fractures or flea-bites to any of its edges. It is wonderfully well-preserved. If it were a true pre-Columbian figurative ceramic work, it would be valued at over a thousand dollars and not merely over a hundred dollars. As in the tradition of much of Latin American folk art and in particular, Latin American ceramic art, often archaic, thousands of year old forms and figurative works would be recreated, honoring their ancestors and the rich, long tradition of indigenous ceramic art created by the people of the once vast and glorious Inca empire that ruled a vast swath of Latin America. Delicate and infused with undeniable cultural evidence and indigenous fingerprints. This wonderful figurative ceramic vessel has the same DNA as its predecessors, hundreds or thousands of years older. Outstanding. CONDITION:Good to Very Good overall vintage condition. Condition: Used, Condition: Good-Very Good overall vint cond: Offered for your review & consideration is this simply marvelous indigenous, native facsimile or copied reproduction of much more archaic, pre-Columbian ceramic fig art & Aribalo storage jar from the the once vast Inca empire that previously canvased much of South America. It was most likely realized by a Peruvian ceramic artist in the early to mid-20th c, somewhere between 1930-1955. It has 2 perforated holes in its ears, that are now missing most likely looped metal earrings. No attempt has been made to reintroduce these missing component pts since they wouldn't be orig to the figure. What's present however, is an extraordinarily well-realized, hand painted pre-Columbian figurative ceramic vessel w/attached handle, created from local red clay & painted w/semi-transparent, earth tone glaze. The sm pitcher or ceramic vessel has a matte ext & int finish. There are no fractures or flea-bites to any of its edges. Exquisitely painted & very beautiful. Wow!, Attached handle & tubular legs: Small ceramic pitcher, Aribalo storage jar: Yellow ochre, burnt sienna, turquoise, putty white, Articulated toes on feet: Articulated fingers on hands, Highly stylized indigenous textile dress: Abstract face features w/slit eyes & mouth, Handmade: Yes, Early to mid-20th century: Circa 1930-1955, Modified Item: No, Country/Region of Manufacture: Peru, Dimensions:: 5 3⁄4" Height x 5" Width x 2 3⁄4" Rim diameter, Inca ceramic art: Aribalo jar (storage jar), Facsimile: Native, indigenous reproduction, Kiln-fired red clay: Semi-transparent earth tone glaze, Provenance: Ownership History Available

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