Pre-Columbian Nazca Head Vase from Peru - Nasca Huari
Ancient polychrome decorated pottery vessel. Dates from 100 to 500AD. This Nazca vase has a bridge handled vessel with opposing human heads representing trophy heads. The slightly larger head has a figurative head-form spout. Areas of mineral deposits on the surface. Intact, said for chips on the spout rim and nose, some wear to the painted surface, stable hairline on the back of one head. Measure: 5-3/8”H. x 9-1/4”L.