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Style: Pre-Columbian
Pre-Columbian Nayarit Seated Figure Redware Statue
Located in New York, NY
Ancient pre-Columbian, Nayarit, Mexican, circa 100 BCE to 250 CE, hand-built ceramic pottery redware sculpture of a seated male figure with arms crossed and wearing a headdress and m...
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15th Century and Earlier Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

LLAMAS Table Lamp in Casted Bronze and Handblown Glass by ANDEAN, In Stock
Located in Quito, EC
LLAMAS is a table lamp, composed of a lost-wax cast bronze body, and a handblown glass lampshade. It is a reinterpretation of an archetype of llama sculptures essential within Ecuado...
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2010s Ecuadorean Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Bronze

Pre Columbian Pottery Head Fragments Collection - Set of 5
Located in Seguin, TX
Collection of 5 Pre Columbian pottery heads. Largest is 2.5" x 2", much wear and chipping, although they are pretty tough for pottery.
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15th Century and Earlier Central American Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Pottery

World-Class Maya Cormorant Throne Panel W/ Pre-1970 UNESCO-Compliant Provenance
Located in Culver City, CA
This magnificent panel is an example of the pinnacle of Maya stone carving. It depicts the head of a cormorant in profile, with a long hooked beak, curved tongue, large central eye,...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

Two Carved Mayan Deity Limestone Architectural Carvings or Elements
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Two carved Mayan deity limestone architectural carvings or / elements, 19th century or older The larger measures 7" W x 5.5" H x 4.5" D with a 2.5" protrusion The smaller measures ...
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19th Century Central American Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Limestone

Superb Maya Iguana Deity(Itzamna) Relief w/ Pre-1970 UNESCO-Compliant Provenance
Located in Culver City, CA
A superb relief-carved panel depicting the Maya Deity Itzamna, appearing as an Iguana, stretched out on a platform with long-toed limbs splayed
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

Vintage Large Cross-Legged Terra Cotta Statue of Xochipilli or Prince of Flowers
Located in Chicago, IL
Vintage Large Cross-Legged Pre-Columbian Style Terra Cotta Statue of Mesoamerican God Xochipilli or "Prince of Flowers" Xochipilli or "Prince of Flowers" was honored by the Aztecs a...
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Mid-20th Century Central American Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Terracotta

Vintage Small Cross-Legged Terra Cotta Statue of Xochipilli or Prince of Flowers
Located in Chicago, IL
Vintage Small Cross-Legged Pre-Columbian Style Terra Cotta Statue of Mesoamerican God Xochipilli or "Prince of Flowers" Xochipilli or "Prince of Flowers" was honored by the Aztecs a...
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Mid-20th Century Central American Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Terracotta

Vintage Large Pre-Columbian Style Terra Cotta Man with Walking Stick
Located in Chicago, IL
Vintage Large Pre-Columbian Style Terra Cotta Man with Walking Stick This statue depicts a man with tufted hair holding a walking stick. This hollow statue is constructed from a red...
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Mid-20th Century Central American Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Terracotta

Vintage Small Pre-Columbian Style Terra Cotta Man with Walking Stick
Located in Chicago, IL
Vintage Small Pre-Columbian Style Terra Cotta Man with Walking Stick This statue depicts a man with tufted hair holding a walking stick.This hollow statue is constructed from a red ...
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Mid-20th Century Central American Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Terracotta

Pre Columbian clay pottery vessel
Located in View Park, CA
A Pre-Columbian pottery vessel. There are hand-sculpted vestiges of a face reminiscent of early figurative efforts. Patina includes traces of red cinnabar and mineral deposits, attes...
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15th Century and Earlier North American Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Clay

Magnificent Aztec Eagle Head with pre-1970 UNESCO-compliant provenance
By Plateria Azteca
Located in Culver City, CA
Magnificent Aztec Basalt Eagle head, with powerful hooked beak, piercing eyes, and a fully-feathered head. The sculptor Highlighted the power of the head by finely burnishing the b...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

Handcrafted Wooden Inlay Aztec Calendar Dining Table
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Handcrafted round wooden inlay Aztec calendar dining table. Incredible detail, good vintage condition. Circular top separates from solid wood base for easy transport. H28.5 Diameter...
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Late 20th Century American Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Wood

Aztec Sculpture of a Spider Monkey with Pre-1970 UNESCO-Compliant Provenance
Located in Culver City, CA
Aztec Spider Monkey with Wind God Regalia This sculpture portrays a spider monkey (Ateles geofroyi) wearing the regalia associated with the Aztec Wind God, Quetzalcoatl-Ehecatl. Th...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

Aztec Water Dog/ Ahuitzotl, W Raised Paw, Pre-1970 UNESCO-Compliant Provenance
By Aztec Services
Located in Culver City, CA
An Aztec Stone Sculpture of a dog-like creature, seated with one raised paw, having large round ears, deep set eyes, mouth with exposed upper fangs, and an unusual curved tail with c...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

COSTA Rica Jade Avian Axe God Celt Pendant Pre Columbian, 500 Ad-1500 Ad
Located in Dallas, TX
Fine Costa Rican Jade Axe God, Guanacaste-Nicoya region, circa. A.D. 1-1500. Of a celt form depicting the mythical part human- part avian bird figure, with cir...
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15th Century and Earlier Costa Rican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Jade

Ancient Pre-Columbian Inca Chimu Silver Portrait Votive Cup Vessel Peru 1400 CE
Located in Portland, OR
An important Pre-Columbian Inca/Chimu silver portrait vessel cup, Peru, 1400 CE. The indigenous people of Peru created these vessels for more than domestic purposes. Rather, they were used during life & after life at funerary ceremonies that incorporated intricate religious libations and imbibing rites. To create this piece, the ancient metalsmith hammered a piece of silver into a very thin sheet, approximately the size of the finished work. Then, the artisan used fine-grained stone anvils and hammer stones...
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15th Century and Earlier Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Silver

7 Sotheby's New York Pre-Columbian Sales Catalogs 1993 -1997
Located in Stamford, CT
A group of seven Sotheby's New York Pre-Columbian sales catalogs with lavish color photos. An invaluable reference for the collector, scholar or anyone interested in Pre-Columbian a...
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1990s Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Paper

Tara Bajo Handmade Black and Transparent Resin Vase
Located in West Hollywood, CA
A unique resin vase for flowers, branches, or just as decor This resin vase comes in two variations: one is all black resin, and one is made from a mix of black and clear resin that...
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2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Epoxy Resin

Mayan Style Bonze Carved Vase
Located in Plainview, NY
Originally from Honduras, this Mayan-style bronze vase seamlessly bridges the realms of art and ancient mystique. This extraordinary vessel captivates the senses with its intrica...
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20th Century Honduran Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Bronze

Maya Mam Large Red Jar Pre Columbian Design, Indigenous Pottery
Located in Huay Pix, MX
MAM Collection Place of origin: Department of Huehuetenango, Guatemala Collection of jars made of red clay. They have traditionally been used to c...
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2010s Guatemalan Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Clay

Pre-Columbian Ceramic Head Fragment
Located in Chicago, IL
This intriguing head fragment was once attached to a pre-Columbian bust or full effigy figurine. Earthenware figurines like this were made in great abundance throughout Mesoamerican history, serving a wide variety of purposes and functions from religious rituals to burial offerings. Figurines like this commemorated important people and events across Mesoamerica, portraying individuals of different rank and status such as soldiers, merchants, bureaucrats, and occasionally divinities. This figure is adorned with an elaborate headdress, or coiffure, and ear spools...
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15th Century and Earlier Central American Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Tzom - Carved Cantera Stone Skull Planter from Jalisco, Mexico
Located in Guadalajara, MX
Tzom planters are inspired by the tzompantli, a type of wall built across different cultures during the Pre-Columbian period. These walls would be covered in carved (or often real) s...
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2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

Pair of Etched Dogu-Style Terracotta Figures
Located in Chicago, IL
This intricately styled pair of terracotta figurines is sculpted in the style of Japanese Dogū sculptures of the Jōmon period (10th-4th century B.C.). Reminiscent of Pre-Columbian redware figures, Dogū ceramics are known for their primitive abstract rendering of the human form and decorative geometric etchings. This pair of ceramic figurines...
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15th Century and Earlier Unknown Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Pre-Columbian Moche Erotic Vessel
Located in West Hollywood, CA
This pre-columbian moche erotic vessel depicts two figures engaged in a sexual act, specifically the missionary position. It is a significant artifact showcasing the cultural and art...
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19th Century Unknown Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Colima Seated Redware Figure
Located in Chicago, IL
Beautifully aged with a rich patina and pitted wear, this seated ceramic male figure is attributed to the Colima region of Western Mexico. The stylized form of this male figure follows the conventions of Colima pottery...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Incan Sun God Vessel. Terracotta Inti Pre-Columbian Historic Art Sculpture Peru
Located in Peoria, AZ
STUNNING! PRE-COLUMBIAN INCAN CEREMONIAL SUN GOD VESSEL! CIRCA AD 1300-1500 TWO REPRESENTATIONS OF INCAN SUN GOD INTI (also known as Apu-punchau) DIMENSIONS: Approximately 12-1/2 " TALL by 4-1/2" WIDE This is the Holy Grail of Incan Pre-Columbian vessels. Here is an incredibly significant Incan Pre-Columbian terracotta ceremonial vessel with two depictions of INTI, the Incan Sun God on each side of the vessel with incredible details and beautifully preserved. Finding an Incan vessel with the depiction of Inti is quite rare. These were reserved for important ceremonial functions such as Inti Raymi - the festival in honor of the Sun God. What makes this one even more special is that the depiction of the Sun God nicely matches a 17th century document...
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15th Century and Earlier Peruvian Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Terracotta

Maya Polychrome Copador Bowl
Located in Chicago, IL
Exhibiting a rich patina, this petite Maya ceramic bowl dating back to c. 600-900 AD was crafted in the El Copador style. The El Copador style is a polych...
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15th Century and Earlier Salvadoran Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Maya Redware Turtle Bowl, c. 600-900 AD
Located in Chicago, IL
Exhibiting a rich patina, this petite redware bowl is attributed to Maya culture and shows many telltale signs of Pre-Columbian pottery. Speckled with imp...
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15th Century and Earlier Central American Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Maya Bird Sello Stamp
Located in Chicago, IL
Stamps, or sellos, such as this one were common during the pre-Columbian period in Mesoamerica and most popular during the Formative Period that spanned the years between 1200-800 B....
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Teotihuacan Ceramic Head Fragment
Located in Chicago, IL
This intriguing head fragment was once attached to a bust or full effigy figurine crafted in 400 A.D. Mesoamerica. Earthenware figurines were made in great abundance throughout Teotihuacan's history. After 250 A.D. objects made from clay increased dramatically in Teotihuacan, serving a wide variety of purposes and functions from religious rituals to burial offerings. Figurines like this commemorated important people and events within the city of Teotihuacan and other parts of Mesoamerica, portraying individuals of different rank and status such as soldiers, merchants, bureaucrats, and occasionally divinities. This figure is adorned with an elaborate coiffure or headdress and ear spools...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Nayarit Chinesco-Style Seated Figure
Located in Chicago, IL
This seated ceramic figure is attributed to the ancient Nayarit region of Mexico and was likely used as a ritual or burial offering. The ceramic works of this style, known as Chinesc...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Nayarit Chinesco-Style Figure
Located in Chicago, IL
This seated effigy figure was crafted in 300 BC to 300 AD from the ancient Nayarit region of Mexico and was likely used as a ritual or burial offering. The ceramic works of the Chine...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Tula Pre-Columbian Inspired Rustic Handmade Black Resin Vase
Located in West Hollywood, CA
A unique resin vase for flowers, plants, or just as decor This resin vase comes in two variations: one is all black resin, and one is made from a mix of black and clear resin that b...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Epoxy Resin

Petite Chupicuaro Female Figure
Located in Chicago, IL
This standing female figure was crafted in 400-100 BC from the ancient Chupicuaro region of Mexico. The ceramic works of the Chupicuaro people are distinguished by their slanted, cof...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

LLAMA Table Lamp in Casted Bronze and Handblown Glass by ANDEAN, In Stock
Located in Quito, EC
LLAMA is a table lamp, composed of a lost-wax cast bronze body, and a handblown glass lampshade. It is a reinterpretation of an archetype of llama sculptures essential within Ecuador...
Category

2010s Ecuadorean Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Bronze

Teotihuacan Redware Figure
Located in Chicago, IL
This intriguing redware figure was crafted in 400 A.D. from the ancient Teotihuacan region of Mexico. Earthenware figurines were made in great abundance throughout Teotihuacan's history. After 250 A.D. objects made from clay increased dramatically, serving a wide variety of purposes and functions from religious rituals to burial offerings. Figurines like this commemorated important people and events within the city of Teotihuacan and other parts of Mesoamerica, portraying individuals of different rank and status such as soldiers, merchants, bureaucrats, and occasionally divinities. This figure is adorned with an elaborate headdress, a thick beaded necklace...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

La Tolita-Tumaco Standing Female Figure
Located in Chicago, IL
This standing effigy was crafted in 500 A.D. - 1000 A.D. Mesoamerica using the gray clay paste that characterizes La Tolita-Tumaco ceramics of early Colombia-Ecuador. The art of La Tolita-Tumaco civilization is considered one of the most developed of the pre-Columbian period as metalwork and ceramics were the most popular form of cultural expression. The ceramic creations of this culture were often based on the human figure to create portraits of people and realistic daily scenes of life cycles and the human condition. This figure appears to be wearing a loincloth and is adorned with a beaded necklace and an elaborate coiffure or headdress. There are holes lining each ear indicating the potential use of ear spools...
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15th Century and Earlier South American Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Teotihuacan Ceramic Head Fragment
Located in Chicago, IL
This intriguing head fragment was once attached to a bust or full effigy figurine crafted in 400 A.D. Mesoamerica. Earthenware figurines were made in great abundance throughout Teotihuacan's history. After 250 A.D. objects made from clay increased dramatically in Teotihuacan, serving a wide variety of purposes and functions from religious rituals to burial offerings. Figurines like this commemorated important people and events within the city of Teotihuacan and other parts of Mesoamerica, portraying individuals of different rank and status such as soldiers, merchants, bureaucrats, and occasionally divinities. This figure is adorned with an elaborate headdress, a thick beaded necklace...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Pre-Columbian Round Redware Jar
Located in Chicago, IL
With a worn finish, this round orangeware bowl is a wonderful example of Pre-Columbian pottery. The delicate bowl has a squat form and tapered lip. Painted with stokes of red slip an...
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15th Century and Earlier Central American Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Chupicuaro Redware Figure
Located in Chicago, IL
This standing effigy figure was crafted in 300 BC from the ancient Chupicuaro region of Mexico and was likely used as a ritual or burial offering. The ceramic works of the Chupicuaro...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Peru Pre-Inca 900 / 1470 AD Chimu Pre Columbian Vessel In Earthenware Pottery
Located in Miami, FL
A pre-Inca Chimu culture, pre Columbian vase in earth ware. This beautiful little vessel vase, was created in the northern Peruvian region by the Chimu culture between the 900 / 1...
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15th Century and Earlier Peruvian Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Earthenware, Pottery

Tula Pre-Columbian Inspired Rustic Handmade Black & Clear Resin Vase
Located in West Hollywood, CA
We're honored to be partnering with renown Mexican designer Raul Cerda! Founded in 2013, Studio Cerda is a creative studio dedicated to Industrial Design, architecture and interio...
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2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Epoxy Resin

Teotihuacan Translucent Tecali Figure with Pre-1970 Provenance
Located in Culver City, CA
Extremely Fine and large Teotihuacan sculpture of a standing Lord wearing a layered tunic, and having strong and beautifully sculpted facial features. Teotihuacan Culture, Teotihuaca...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Stone

Exceedingly Rare Aztec 15th/16th Century Temple Model w/ Pre-1970 Provenance
By Aztec Services
Located in Culver City, CA
An extremely rare Basalt model of one of the main temples in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, perhaps the Templo Mayor itself, The Great Temple. As a way of reinforcing the centralized power of the Aztec Empire and its Religious institutions, thousands of small clay models of the main temples in Tenochtitlan were mass produced in press molds and distributed throughout the Empire, where they were installed in household religious shrines...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Stone

Colorful Vintage South American Kilim Rug with Pre-Incan Viracocha Deity
Located in Dallas, TX
78610 Vintage South American Kilim Rug, 06'06 x 06'03. Emulating precolumbian art with incredible detail and texture, this handwoven wool vintage Sout...
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Late 20th Century Peruvian Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Wool

Ancient Olmec Greenstone Portrait Mask with Pre-1970 Provenance
Located in Culver City, CA
A large and powerful portrait mask depicting an important Olmec ruler, with a broad face, furrowed brow, rectangular ear flanges, full lips, and a large nose, carved from a variegate...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Stone

Llama Caravan Oxidized Copper Vessel, Handmade and Etched with Animal Figures
Located in West Hollywood, CA
An etched copper vessel with green patina This Llama Caravan Etched Copper Vessel is a wonderfully unique home accent. The intricate etching of llamas on its copper surface is enhan...
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2010s Chilean Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Copper

Rare Aztec 15th/16th Century Temple/Observatory Model w/ 1970 Provenance
By Aztec Services
Located in Culver City, CA
An extremely rare Basalt model of a temple in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, perhaps one that was next to the Templo Mayor itself, The Great Temp...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

6 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Pink Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
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2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Blown Glass

Framed Large Nazca Textile Panel with Geometrical Design
Located in Atlanta, GA
A large woven textile panel from Nazca culture on the south coast of nowadays Peru circa 600 to 800AD. The panel with short fringes on the end used to be half of a sleeveless tunic (similar to poncho) in which two similar pieces were joined together. Professionally mounted and conversed on a linen-backed wood frame and presented in an acrylic shadow box. The textile was finely woven from a camelid fiber dyed with natural pigments. The work strikes the viewer immediately with its unexpected modernity. The tri-colored geometrical blocks created a zigzagged step design that is visually minimal but bold at the same time. Its repetition evokes a lyrical visual rhythm that is unparallel in the ancient textile art and could easily mistake it as an abstract art from the 20th century. The zigzag step design was one of the unusual abstract motifs used by the pre-Columbian weavers from Nazca, who created some of the most mysterious and soul-stirring work with a minimalism aesthetic that was rarely seen in the ancient world. Considering that the artists were completely isolated without the influences of other cultures, their intrinsic creativity and artistic vision are even more impressive. Reference: James W. Reid, The Lee M...
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15th Century and Earlier Peruvian Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

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Textile, Acrylic

Framed Large Nazca Wari Textile Panel with Geometrical Design
Located in Atlanta, GA
A large Nazca-Wari woven textile panel known as Llika or Awayo (shawl) from Ica Valley on the south coast of nowadays Peru. Professionally mounted and conversed on a linen-backed wood frame and presented in an acrylic shadow box. Shawls with this step design were identified as made from the period of 700 to 1100 AD during the transitional period when Nazca went under the expanded rule of the Wari empire. The textile was finely woven from a camelid fiber dyed with natural pigments. The work strikes the viewer immediately with its unexpected modernity. The simple, bold and repetitive geometry with the scintillating color blocks created a lyrical visual rhythm and could easily mistake it as an abstract art from the 20th century. The step design was one of the unusual abstract motifs used by the pre-Columbian weavers from Nazca, who created some of the most mysterious and soul-stirring work with a minimalism aesthetic that was rarely seen in any other ancient textile art. Considering that the artists were completely isolated without the influences of other cultures, their intrinsic creativity and artistic vision are even more impressive. Provenance: From the collection of Lee M...
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15th Century and Earlier Peruvian Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Textile

Classic Maya Stone Goddess Figure - Jan., 1971 Provenance
Located in Culver City, CA
A superb basalt sculpture of an early Maya Goddess, wearing a splendid and oversize headdress, large earflares, and a beaded necklace with a pendant(surely jade). Her shoulders are ...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

Chilean Oxidized Copper Ceremonial Platter with Etchings of Animals
Located in West Hollywood, CA
An etched copper platter with green patina This Chilean Copper Ceremonial Platter is a handmade masterpiece of rustic beauty, featuring traditional etched animal figures and oxidize...
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2010s Chilean Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Copper

Mezcala Stone Palanquin Group - Circa 300-100 BC with 1971 Provenance
Located in Culver City, CA
RARE MEZCALA STONE PALANQUIN GROUP An exceptionally rare Mezcala stone Palanquin Group depicting a four-legged litter with tapering posts, arched arm rests, openwork guilloche designs on three sides, the backrest carved with a schematic, seated dignitary with legs outstretched, hands clasped at the torso, the wide triangular-shaped head with sunken facial features, the front posts surmounted by diminutive seated Mezcala M22 attendants Mezcala Culture, Guerrero West Mexico, Ca. 300 - 100 B.C. There are numerous Mezcala stone figures and temple models available, but there is only one other Palanquin known, which was sold at Christies, Paris on 9 Nov., 2021, Lot 58 Above in the Additional photos section is the page from Christies catalog...
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15th Century and Earlier Mexican Antique Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Stone

8 Hand Blown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Pink Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Blown Glass

Set 8 HandBlown Tequila, Mezcal Liquor Cups 3oz Inspired in Pre-Hispanic Art
Located in London, GB
Acatl is a collection of Tumblers and liquor, Mezcal and Tequila glasses in 6 different colours. Produced in an artesanal way in Jalisco, Mexico using 100% recycled glass. The sh...
Category

2010s Mexican Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Blown Glass

VALDIVIA Virgin Sculpture in Casted Bronze by ANDEAN, In Stock
Located in Quito, EC
VALDIVIA is a sand-cast bronze sculptural object representative of the significance of religion within Latin American culture. It is an abstraction study; that combines the Virgin Ma...
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2010s Ecuadorean Pre-Columbian Furniture

Materials

Bronze

Pre-columbian furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Pre-Columbian furniture for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage furniture created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include decorative objects, folk art, wall decorations and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with fabric, ceramic and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Pre-Columbian furniture made in a specific country, there are South America, Peru, and North America pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original furniture, popular names associated with this style include La muerte tiene permiso, Alejandro Moyano (ANDEAN), Aldo Álvarez Tostado, and Angel Pazmino. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for furniture differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $135 and tops out at $175,000 while the average work can sell for $2,950.

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