Antique Pre-Columbian Moche Ceramic Figural Whistling Vessel
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Antique Pre-Columbian Moche Blackware ceramic, circa 200 AD to 600 AD, double-chambered figural whistling vessel.
Vessel depicts seated man holding his hands on his lap, wearing a long tunic and hat connected by a bridge handle to a cylindrical spout.
The man's body is connected by a second bridge to a fruit of a rounded body decorated overall with tufts. Whistles when filled or air is blown into the spout.
CONDITION: A spot near the bridge with horizontal crack, otherwise in good condition consistent with age.
Dimensions: Length: 20.5cm (8 1/8 in), Height: 18 cm (7 1/8 in).
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- 200 BC - 600 AD
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