Mexican Veracruz Pottery Shaman Vessel

(Mexico, 1st - 10th Century)

Mexican Veracruz Pottery Shaman Vessel
5501 N. Federal Highway - Suite Four
Boca Raton, Florida, 33487
(561) 994.0811
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Mexican Veracruz Pottery Shaman Vessel

Unusual Veracruz pottery Shaman vessel, Remojadas in double chambered form, Shaman figure with upraised right arm and diminutive legs emerging from the sides and high shaven forehead and wearing a loop nose ring and earrings, his chest is protected by a shield. Painted reddish brown and buff. Some repair and also damage as seen in photos, otherwise in very good condition.

WIDTH: 10 in | HEIGHT: 12 in | DEPTH: 11 in

Origin Mexico
Category Antiquities
Style Unspecified
ConditionVery good

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CONDITION: some repair see description

THB REF: 2484173360 DEALER REF: 1182427


"Remojadas is a name applied to a culture, an archaeological site, as well as an artistic style that flourished on Mexico's Veracruz Gulf Coast from perhaps 100 BCE to 800 CE. The Remojadas culture is considered part of the larger Classic Veracruz culture. In his 1957 book on Mesoamerican art, Miguel Covarrubias speaks of Remojadas' "magnificent hollow figures with expressive faces, in majestic postures and wearing elaborate paraphernalia indicated by added clay elements. "