An earthenware vessel in the shape of a dog. The dog is depicted standing, having a chubby body, a tail spout, perked ears, and upturned snout with a large incised eyes and mouth showing a slight smile. The earthenware is red toned with various darker stains, probably natural root marks.
Western Mexico. Colima culture. Circa 200 B.C. to 300 A.D.
Dimensions: H 17cm ; L 28cm ; W (body) 12.5cm
Provenance: acquired from a private collection in the Netherlands.
In excellent condition.
Accompanied by a Thermoluminescence report by QED Laboratoire (Marseille).
11 000 €