Small Peruvian Pre-Columbian Chimu Blackware Figural Pottery Spout Jar
Small Peruvian Pre-Columbian Chimu Blackware Figural Pottery Spout Jar Small Peruvian Pre-Columbian Chimu Blackware Figural Pottery Spout Jar Small Peruvian Pre-Columbian Chimu Blackware Figural Pottery Spout Jar

Small Peruvian Pre-Columbian Chimu Blackware Figural Pottery Spout Jar

Ref: J-16-0199

Chimú refers to a rather general art style of the Chimor Kingdom, created on the north coast of Peru between A.D. 900 and 1532. This small pot is modelled with a round body, topped by a flared spout flanked by two small loop handles. The side features an animal head and arms.  

Provenance: Estate of David May II of May Department Stores (Leadville/Denver, CO, 1877-2005) 
W 2.75 D 1.75 H 2.5 in.
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