Third Intermediate period. Very nicely molded Ushabti. Has remains of black glaze where the name was applied. Ex. Harlan J. Berk gallery, London. 3-1/2" tall on the stand.
Beautiful swirl pattern, with solid and hatched mixed design. Around the top is a plant like design. Stunning piece. 5-1/2" by 4".
A kneeling figure, wearing a sash, a complex headdress and a large pectoral necklace. The raised circles on the left arm could represent shells made onto the garment or could also represent ritual scarification. A beautiful sounding whistle is built into the left shoulder. Gorgeous figure. 8" tall.
Each of these small spindle whorls has a carved design on them. A beautiful group.
This imposing piece has great facial detail, with two lizards tattooed above the upper lip. Shows Wari (Huari)influence, with the Wari "flying eye" symbol all around the body.
An impressive piece that stands 11" tall by 7" wide.
A large and beautiful stone (jadite)amulet. The wear on the back indicates that this was a piece worn for a long time. 3" long.
This Maya vessel has the bottom shaped like a gourd and there is a row of complicated and deeply engraved glyphs all around the top. 5-1/2" by 5-1/2".
This wonderful pitcher has a very unusual wide handle. The body has the basket weave and cross hatch pattern, and the neck has a step design pattern. On the inside of the rim are four sets of rim ticking. The handle is very wide proportionally. 7" by 7".
This Mississippian pipe is from eastern Arkansas and has a human face made on the front. From the P. Wood collection, acquired from Allard auctions. Has a great presence. 7-1/4" long. Sits on a custom stand.
An incredible and large Ax/Hoe that has been beautifully worked and shows signs of being well used. Comes on this custom stand. Ex. Allard. The blade is 8-1/2" long by 5-1/2" wide.
This small turtle is done in classic Acoma style and colors. A wonderful little pet. 3" long by 2-1/2" wide.