Pottery - Figural urn - Zapotec - Mexico

Pottery - Figural urn - Zapotec - Mexico
Good condition, used with some signs of wear

Pre-Columbian Zapotec figural urn representing a seated lord holding a trophy head in his lap; feathers, leaves and corn surround his body, while a jaguar head rests atop his large headdress
In one hand he is holding a bowl

Time period: 100 BC - 200 AD

Dimensions: 17 cm high - 14 cm wide
Condition: very good, with usual surface wear and burn marks

Provenance: French collection
Guaranteed authentic

A beautifully preserved, detailed example of one of the most famous forms of Monte Alban pottery

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Figural urn
Good condition, used with some signs of wear
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