Here we find an elegant ancient Pre-Columbian Nazca ceramic bowl circa 300 A.D. This bowl is decorated in colourful hues of orange, red, brown, and cream. The outer panel is decorated with peppers/capsicum which surround the bowl. There are 3 tiny chips on the inner rim which can be seen in the photo. The colours associated with the “Nazca Culture” are earth based, as can be seen in this beautiful bowl. This Nazca bowl has a thin wall construction and is completely intact. Bowl measures 2.5” high by 6.8” in diameter.
See "Ancient Peruvian Ceramics" by Alan Sawyer for similar artifacts.