A Chancay ovoid pottery vessel, Peru, c. 1000-1400 A.D.
A Mesoamerican triangular obsidian arrowhead, c. 1st Millennium A.D.
A Chimu black ware stirrup vessel in the form of a duck, Peru
A Costa Rican Nicoya tripod vessel, c. 1200-1350 A.D.
A Mayan obsidian eccentric blade, c. 600-900 A.D.
A Mayan banded brown flint stemmed macro blade dagger
A large bifacially flaked pointed symmetrical flint blade, Mexico
A Precolumbian bifacially flaked flint sickle from South America
A small Chancay twin-handled amphora, Peru, c. 1000-1400 A.D.
A Remojadas terracotta head, Veracruz, Mexico, c. 300-800 A.D.
An orange terracotta head of a toucan, Esmeraldas, Coastal Ecuador
A Teotihuacan terracotta head, central Mexico
A painted Mixtec plate showing a dancing feline god, Mexico
A good-sized Narino Carchi pedestal bowl, Colombia, c. 800-1500 A.D.
A good-sized Chiriqui red ware olla, Panama, c. 800-1200 A.D.
A Chimu burnished black pottery stirrup vessel, Peru, c. 900-1400 A.D.
A Bolivian red ware kero, Tiahuanaco, c. 500-1000 A.D.
A Mexican red-slipped red ware bowl, c. 1st Millennium A.D.
A Costa Rican tripod bowl with rattle legs modelled as demonic heads
A Nayarit seated male figure, West Mexico, c. 100 B.C.-300 A.D.
A globular Chancay sub-spherical pot, Peru, c. 1200-1450 A.D.
A Precolumbian bronze axehead from Ecuador, c. 12th-15th Century A.D.
A Mexican Chupicuaro pottery figure, c. 400-100 B.C.
A Colima terracotta figure, west Mexico, c. 300 B.C.-300 A.D.
An exhibited and published Mayan decorated bowl, c. 600-900 A.D.
A Mexican Vera Cruz terracotta warrior figure, c. 400-600 A.D.
A Mixtec penate stone figure, Mexico, c. 900-1500 A.D.
A Mexican Vera Cruz terracotta seated figure, c. 400-600 A.D.
A Mexican Vera Cruz terracotta seated warrior figure, c. 400-600 A.D.
A Chancay standing pottery female figure, Peru, c. 1300 A.D.
A Chancay standing pottery figure, Peru, c. 1300 A.D.
A large Chancay standing pottery male figure, Peru, c. 1300 A.D.
A Costa Rican pedestal bowl, c. 800-1500 A.D
A Costa Rican tripod bowl, c. 600-1400 A.D.
A Mexican obsidian core
A Mexican prismatic obsidian core
A fine Mayan bifacially flaked obsidian knife, Guatemala, c. 400 A.D.
A Mexican bifacially flaked obsidian knife
A Mexican obsidian end scraper or adze