Description: A pottery beaker with flared rim and flat base in debased Tiahuanaco style, the vessel fabric is orange earthenware with orange slip, decorated with dark red bands around the rim and lower body, and with a band of subrectangular panels below the rim containing geometric decoration. The slip and decoration much worn, with some minor patchy shallow surface spalling and chips to the edge of the base.
Size: 115 mm/4.5 ins. high
Date: c. 200-700 A.D.
Provenance: With Bonhams, Tribal Art Sale, Knightsbridge, London, 2 July 2003 (Sale no. 10193) (Part of Lot 19).
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