Pre-Columbian Style Pottery Figures refer to ceramic sculptures and figurines created by indigenous cultures in the Americas before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492. These pottery figures are an integral part of the artistic and cultural heritage of the pre-Columbian civilizations, showcasing their craftsmanship, religious beliefs, and societal practices. Pre-Columbian pottery figures often depicted various subjects, including gods, goddesses, warriors, animals, and ordinary people engaged in everyday activities. They were created for various purposes, such as religious rituals, burial practices, and domestic use.

This pottery figure was made by hand, using traditional techniques like coiling, molding, and sculpting. The clay was shaped into the desired form and then fired at high temperatures to harden it. This lovely Pre-columbian pottery shows a woman with fine incisions and appliqué designs.

  • *Era: Vintage
  • *Material: Clay
  • *Size: 4"(L) x 5“(D) x 6.5"(H)
  • *Color: Brown
  • *Condition: Wear consistent with age & use, blemishes and imperfections will be present. These are not to be consider defects but rather part of its character & historical value.

**Please bear in mind that colors of products shown may vary slightly from their original color due to monitor display settings or photography studio lighting.

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Engraved Pre-Columbian Style Clay Sculpture (Trade)

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