These three ceramic ancient ear spools date back to the Pre-Columbian period of Central America. They are all of the finest preservation and condition, showing wonderful detail and workmanship, the middle one displaying rare incised designs. These are likely from a Pre-Columbian tribe of Mexico but attributing to a specific tribe by the spools' appearance alone, is not possible. For collectors of ancient body adornment or even for wearing, these are INTACT and UNBROKEN specimens, ALL ARE WEARABLE STILL! Two show intact black glazing while one shows an original blood red burnished color, still present and in original form. All three show microscopic mineral and sediment deposits - traits ONLY found in authentic specimens.
ID Ear spool flare
FOUND Central America
AGE 200 B.C. - 900 A.D.
SIZE 31, 28 and 27mm diameters x 26, 19 and 20 mm deep
CONDITION NO REPAIR OR RESTORATION. INTACT MINERAL DEPOSITS TESTIFY TO AUTHENTICITY.
NOTE PERFECT UNBROKEN SPECIMENS THAT ARE COMPLETE - CHOICE COLLECTION! WEARABLE STILL TODAY!
:: Display Case Included
:: Includes a LIFETIME GUARANTEE Certificate of Authenticity & Condition / History Sheet
PROVENANCE Ex-private Texas collection from the 1960's.