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Pre-Columbian Mayan Jade Pectoral

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Pre-Columbian Mayan Jade Pectoral
Pre-Columbian Mayan Jade Pectoral. Central America. 3 x 2 . Circa: 600 A.D. 900 A.D. Finely detailed face. A carved, high quality, deep green jade slab plaque depicting stylized human face wearing a headdress and wide petal type collar, round ear spools and large, expressive facial features. A raised rear cut, spine on the reverse. Perforated at the temples for attachment. Missing the lower right portion and half collar, otherwise intact. Provenance: Ex. Prof. Hugo Munsterberg (1916 1995) Collection. New Paltz, NY., acquired from Antiqua, 1975.

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