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Blackware figural spout and handle bottle
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Blackware figural spout and handle bottle
Item Details
Public
Culture
Sican/Lambayeque
Title
Blackware figural spout and handle bottle
Work Type
pottery (object genre)
bottles
molding (forming)
Date
Sican Culture, 750 - 1375 AD
Location
Lambayeque, Peru (department)
Material
ceramic
Period
Lambayeque
Late Intermediate Period
Middle Horizon
Measurements
Height - 23.0 cm
Description
Blackware bottle with a high conical foot, double-strap handle, and a slightly tapering cylindrical neck/spout. The body of the vessel is in the shape of an animal, probably the Peruvian hairless dog, which wears a collar characteristic of Sican art.
Accession Number
Anthr1986_001_0104_03
Related Item
Catalogue of the Ernst Frank Collection in the Cornell University Library
Subject
Canis familiaris
figures (representations)
zoomorphic
Condition Notes
Good, repairs to handle and top of spout.
Donor
Ernst Frank
Old Catalog Number
986.1.104
Sub-collection
Precolumbian Peruvian textiles and ceramics
Provenance
Northern Peru
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