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Ancient Narino Ceramic Bowl Ex. Museum Artifact
Extremely large Narino pedestal bowl with nice red-on-black resist design. Has growth deposits on the surface with some pitting. It is a Museum deaccession with number etched on base. This ancient bowl was most likely manufactured by the Capuli whose settlement was situated in the Guaitara River basin. Measures 9 inches in diameter!Dates to circa 1250-1500 AD

Reference: "Colombia Before Columbus The People, Culture, and Ceramic Art of Prehispanic Colombia" by Labbe, Armand J.; foreword by William B. Lee, Ph.D., New York, Rizzoli 1976.

Provenance: Brown collection 1976, deaccessioned from the Tampa Museum of Art.



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