This curious slip-glazed earthenware vessel originated from Pre-Columbian Colima between 200 and 300 BC. The ridging along the sides, called gadrooning, mimics naturalistic forms. Three legs uphold the vessel, which is slipped red and burnished to a fine surface. The rim is widely flared.
Dimensions: 23cm H x 30cm W
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