Stands 14-1/2" tall with beautiful body and facial paint. Very nice piece.
This Jaguar metate would have been used for grinding drugs, medicines, etc. Beautiful Jaguar head. Carved designs down both sides. 9" long by 5" wide by 3" tall.
Gorgeous Jalisco figure of a kneeling lady, with beautiful finish and nice deposits. 8" tall. Ex. Arte Primitivo.
This large Maya polychrome plate measures about 13" across, and is of the type often referred to as a Maya "dancer" plate. It features a finely rendered standing figure holding a heavily decorated spear before him and a plumed rattle behind him. He is wearing a fine, elaborate headdress with and is heavily adorned with streaming cloth or plumage...
This charming little Maya bowl features two stylized monkeys with an expression of surprise on their face. Beautiful colors and nice deposits. 6" by 3-3/4"
This wonderful Maya cylinder has a merchant or traveling man with a trump line on his head and carrying a huge pack on his back and holding a staff. There are two depictions of offering bundles. Around the top and bottom are glyph rows. 6" tall by 5-1/2" wide.
Large Colima Jaguar that stands 21" long by 11" high by 10" wide. - Fantastic root marks and deposits. One of the largest Colima effigies we have ever seen.
This gorgeous female figure has a large headdress, necklace and bracelets. She stands 13" tall on the stand, with the figure itself being 10-1/2" tall. A classic and stunning Jamacoaque Lady.
Wonderful incised and relief detailing, with good rattles inside. One of the nicest examples of type that we have seen. 7-3/4" tall.
This Maya deer effigy depicts a deer with the tongue sticking out on one side, probably from running during a ritual hunt. A rattle in the head would have been used to alert the gods that an offering was being made. Wonderful addition to any collection. There is a pressure crack down one side. 8-1/2" long by 6" tall.
This Maya Copador cylinder has two rows of sitting "chiefs". Here is an interesting note on this piece. In front of one of the chiefs in each row is a speaking glyph, signifying his speaking to the others. This could represent a meeting before a battle, or a meeting of representatives of different city states. Very fine example, with vibrant colors and great condition. 6-1/2" tall and 5" wide.
This beautiful little bowl has four lizards arranged around it. 5-1/2" by 2-1/2".