Ritual silver cup, Andean Indians, Bolivia, 19th century.
This ritual cup, also called an awarint kupanaka was made in Bolivia in the Andes by Quechua, Chipaya or Aymara Indians for rituals with sugar cane alcohol.
The cup was tested with XRF analysis for the silver content, 750/1000.
Weight: 276 grams.
Height: 10 centimetres.
Width: 12 centimetres.
Condition: In good condition with normal minimal signs of wear.
Will be shipped registered.
- .750 silver
- Estimated Period
- Mid 19th century
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 276 g