Assembled from six large shards and a dozen or so smaller pieces.
He wears ear spools and a head wrap with pierced holes around the top of the vessel.
9" tall x 8" across 50 — Mexico 600 AD - 1000 AD An exceedingly rare Zapotec effigy vessel in the form of a bat claw (foot) from the Monte Alban region of Central Mexico.
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The head of the peccary is realistically sculpted and there's a short tail at the rear.
It depicts a standing figure wearing a large, elaborate headdress with two suspension holes, mantle and loin cloth.
— Peru 900 BC - 200 BC A large Chavin bottle (vessel) from the northern highlands of ancient Peru, dating to the Formative Period.
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