Five Pre-Columbian FiguresFive Pre-Columbian Figures

Hammer Price w/ BP

$649

Lot #: 13
Five Pre-Columbian Figures

L to R: Small modeled clay seated figurine with hole drilled for suspension. From Galupita; Morelos, Mexico. circa 250 B.C. Ht. 1". Acquired in Mexico City, Mexico, 1960 Gift to Yager Museum, 1994; Modeled female figurine fragment from Valdivia, Ecuador. Slender nude torso, elaborate coiffure on small head. One leg missing. circa 3000 B.C. Ht. 2 1/2"; Modeled redware female figure with deeply incised features, no arms. From Valdivia; Guayas, Ecuador. circa 2500 B.C. Ht. 3"; Small modeled redware female figure with deeply incised features. Flattened body, hourglass shape. From Valdivia; Guayas, Ecuador. circa 2500 B.C. Ht. 1 1/2"; Modeled female figurine fragment from Valdivia, Ecuador. Short nude torso with elaborate coiffure. Incised details, upper half only, limbs missing. circa 3000 B.C. Ht. 1 3/4". Last four items all gifts of Quintus Herron, 1982-1985.

Provenance
The estate of Dr. Frederick J. Dockstader, New York, New York. 
Auction Date
Jun 17, 2020

Do you have a similar item? Have it appraised or consign with us.

Shipping Information:

Unlike many auction companies, Cottone Auctions offers a full-service shipping department. We’re equipped to pack and safely ship just about any item to just about any location around the globe.
Learn more >

Share

We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve your experience. By proceeding, you accept the use of cookies. Ok, I agree