Description: A pottery twin-handled amphora in debased Tiahuanaco style, with carinated bowl, an elongate neck and everted rim. The fabric is orange earthenware decorated with linear decoration in red painted bands and traces of infilled panels. One handle missing, minor chips to the rim and wear to the decoration, otherwise condition good.
Size: 122 mm/4.8 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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