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Pre-Columbian Teotihuacan Articulated Maskette. Mexico

Pre-Columbian Teotihuacan Articulated Maskette. Mexico

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: Pre Columbian: Pre AD 1000: Item # 1225088

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Teotihuacan Articulated Maskette. Mexico. A natural buff-brown pottery mask depicting an wrinkled faced male, probably representing Huehueteotl, the fire god. Articulated lower jaw, upper with two teeth. Perforated eyes and ears and incised wrinkles. Repaired from approximately six original pieces with some fill along the break lines. Perforated along the rim for attachment. A rare example. 5”H. x 5 ½” W. ” Circa: 600 A.D. – 800 A.D. Provenance: Howard S. Rose, Arte Primitivo, NY, NY.