All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Implements : Pre AD 1000 item #1427312 (stock #JF)
Culture: JAMA-COAQUE Origin: ECUADOR/MANABI PROVINCE/ COASTAL REGION AGE: Ca. 500 B.C. - 500 A.D. DESCRIPTION: A deftly molded lifelike ceramic “lime spoon” in the shape of a frog measuring 2” in length by 1 3/4” in width by 1” in depth and has been drilled through the left rear leg so it can be worn as a pendant. It most likely represents a poisonous dart frog given the circular punctuated areas on its back. This creative rotund crouching little figure has great charm...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1492 item #1414614
Antique southeast small Asian ceramic Jar with a brownish/green glaze, two ring handles near mouth, recessed unglazed foot with brown color clay. Very delicate and refined.

Lama Hong, Vietnamese Monk
Dates Champa Empire, 13th century
Size H 4 3/4" x W 3 1/8"
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre AD 1000 item #1385022 (stock #AB-002)
JJ Oriental
$2,400.00
A rear and ancient Pre Colombian quartz and green jade necklace. The long quartz beads average length is from 75 to 85 cementers in length. In the light you can see the painstaking drilling of the holes in the quartz.Two animals carved in the gree jade. See photos Age is over 2,000 years old. Length is 43 cm. Condition: one long quartz bead is broken otherwise in good condition.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1492 item #1369950 (stock #LS201715)
Ancient Artifacts
$1,900.00
This is a very fine and extremely rare pipe from Venezuela known as a pipas angulares de barro procedentes. There is only one book written on Aztec pipes. "Pipas Precortesianas" was written by Muriel N. Porter. Porter states that Aztec pipes are extremely scarce and "we can almost say that pipes were unknown." There is a drawing in this book of this class/type of pipe. Of course, tobacco wasn't available until the Spaniards introduced it...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Handiwork : Pre 1920 item #1361449 (stock #2168)
Galleria Verges
$500.00
This is an Antique Peruvian Amazon SHIPIBO Polychrome VESSEL, from the late 19th Century - early 20th Century. It measures about 5" X 5" X 4 1/2" ( 12.8 cm X 12.8 cm X 11.5 cm ).
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Textiles : Pre 1492 item #1357817
what pdx
$1,495.00
Chimu Painted Pre Columbian Textile, with whimsical figures of Warriors monkeys birds and Fish. Painted on a checkered cotton type textile in good condition . This would be wonderful framed , size 38" by 17.5".
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Handiwork : Pre 1800 item #1340711 (stock #2088)
Galleria Verges
$250.00
This is a Peruvian COLONIAL Stone Sculpture of Five (5) BULLS, c. 1550 - 1800. It measures about 4" X 2 1/4" X 1 1/4" ( 10.2 cm X 5.7 cm X 3.2 cm ).
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Textiles : Pre 1900 item #1323861 (stock #Misc200)
lovely very finely woven Bolivian textile from the collection of Dr Evan Maurer. pristine condition main section of belt is 2.25 inches wide and 18 inches long... plus delicately woven narrow strap tie on one side 18 inches... narrow strap tie from other side is 10 inches
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1800 item #1310287 (stock #W-FIG19)
Ancient East
$780.00
DESCRIPTION: An engaging Spanish Colonial carved santo figure depicting Saint Anthony holding the Christ Child. St. Anthony of Padua is perhaps one of the most loved and admired saints in the Catholic Church. Born in Portugal in 1195, he was a Portuguese Catholic priest and friar of the Franciscan Order who later did much of his work in Italy. Here St. Anthony is dressed in a brown friar's habit with head tilted to one side, gently holding the Christ Child in his arms...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1800 item #1306166 (stock #W-FIG18)
Ancient East
$5,600.00
DESCRIPTION: A large polychromed wood figure of Saint Martin De Porres, Peruvian, 18th C. Here he is depicted gazing upward toward heaven, arms outstretched, wearing his Dominican robe embroidered in gold with a long painted rosary dangling past his waist. His white undergarment is richly painted with flowers and gold leafy tendrils. Carved in full round, his head is set with glass eyes and he retains a good amount of the original paint...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1920 item #1305162 (stock #W-WD4)
Ancient East
$4,250.00
DESCRIPTION: A large Cuzco School oil on canvas depicting “Our Lady of Pomata,” who is said to protect the town of Pomata, Peru. Pomata is situated above Lake Titicaca in the highlands of Peru, and was once a popular Christian pilgrimage shrine. In this painting the Virgin is depicted as cradling the Christ Child in her left arm and holding a bouquet of flowers in her right hand...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1900 item #1302220 (stock #W-WD2)
Ancient East
$2,975.00
DESCRIPTION: A fine Spanish Colonial Cuzco School painting of the Virgin Mary, originating from Cusco, Peru. Here Mary is depicted with a golden halo looking straight at the viewer, wearing a royal blue robe with gold floral accents. In her hands she holds the crown of thorns and nails; however her image is not one of sorrow but of great peace and serenity...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1900 item #1293696 (stock #W-WD1)
Ancient East
$4,400.00
DESCRIPTION: A classic painting from the Peruvian Cuzco School, this stunning oil on canvas of Arcangel San Rafael dates from the 19th C. San Rafael is depicted with angelic face and a crown of roses on his head. The angel is dressed in boots and an elaborate traveler's coat with lace cuffs. From his left hand he holds a fish, which is the symbol of this saint. Wonderful condition; in a more recent burlwood frame; unsigned...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1900 item #1292501 (stock #W-MTL2)
Ancient East
$895.00
DESCRIPTION: A superb solid copper Spanish Colonial cooking pot with a wide banded straight neck and hand hammered bulbous body. Large handmade brads hold the thick copper sheets in place, and two sturdy rings hang from downward curling supports. PROVENANCE: Sourced in Chile while on a South American buying trip; early to mid 1800's. This is a magnificent, solid pot in excellent original condition with age appropriate wear and patina. DIMENSIONS: 11" high (28 cm) x 12" diameter (30.5 cm).
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Implements : Pre 1837 VR item #1285640 (stock #W-MS1)
Ancient East
$385.00
DESCRIPTION: A classic and quite old pair of hand carved South American wood stirrups. The Guacho of Argentina, the Morochucos of Peru and the Hauso of Chile all preferred large wooden "shoes" for use as stirrups rather than the more prevalent iron stirrup. These stirrups cover the whole front of the foot, which can be an advantage when riding through tall brush. This pair has good age and obvious usage; we estimate them to date from the early 1800's...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Implements : Pre 1700 item #1231085 (stock #C0Ak)
DAG Trading
$110.00
Colonial Tupu, (Ca 1550-1824) fabricated with ornately designed spoons and an unknown stone. Six inches long and 1.3 inches wide. The Silver Tupu (metal ornamental shawl pin) of South America appears to have originated with the ancient cultures. As the art and techniques of metallurgy became more refined the Tupu became more detailed. The metal Tupu was preceeded by the use of bone.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1800 item #1186010 (stock #C0Ac)
DAG Trading
$800.00
A Colonial Wood Wedding Kero or Cocha. Peru or Bolivia...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Pre 1700 item #1165805 (stock #1827)
Rare 16th Century Ayacucho Pottery Llama and Twins, Peru South Central Andes, ca. 1570. Twin births are extremely rare in llamas. Anecdotal depiction of parent holding mischievous offspring. Cream floral design over brown background. Rare transitional example of native and early colonial characteristics. 11 1/4" high x 5" wide x 5" deep. Rim is 4" diameter. Repair to rim but otherwise in excellent condition.