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Pre-Columbian Nazca Colorful Panpipes Vase Ex: Sothebys 1980

CAD 924.35 or Best Offer 22d, CAD 113.05 Shipping, 30-Day Returns

Seller: rodrogrs (758) 100%, Location: New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 122243188009 PRE-COLUMBIAN NAZCA COLORFUL PANPIPES VASE Here is an elegant ceramic vase decorated with a row of repeat step-motif geometric designs in orange and black on a cream ground surmounting four colorful bands painted in red, gray, cream and orange colors above a wide frieze depicting twelve four-tone panpipes (a musical instrument consisting of a row of short pipes of varying length fixed together and played by blowing across the tops.) 4.25" (10.7 cm) high x 5" (12.7 cm) diameter; repaired to very good condition. Early Nazca Polychrome "Panpipes" Vase South-Central Coast of Peru,100 B.C.E. – 300 C.E. Provenance: Acquired by the seller on 05/22/1980 at Sotheby's New York City PB 84 Galleries. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller, scholar and Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers (ret.), certified Pre-Columbian Art Specialist. Your artifact will be carefully packed, insured and promptly shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity that includes a picture, description and date of the item. If not to U.S. buyer’s satisfaction, this vase may be returned as shipped within 30 days of purchase for a purchase price refund minus 10% re-stocking fee for return of item in original condition and with original shipping materials. $43 for prompt shipping, "Delivery Confirmation" tracking service and full insurance coverage within contiguous U.S.A. NY residents add 8.65% sales tax. Overseas buyer, add $85 shipping. Customs, tax or other importation costs - if any - are the sole responsibility of the buyer; please check before placing your bid. Use PayPal for immediate shipment; payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. This seller has been a conscientious collector and dedicated scholar of New World antiquities for over a half-century. He has complied with UNESCO, federal/local legislation and never consciously acquired, traded in or sold illicitly recovered antiquities. CAVEAT EMPTOR: The prospective buyer is advised to acquire New World antiquities ONLY from recognized Pre-Columbian Art specialists and pay a legitimate price for authentic antiquities with legal provenance and bona-fide guarantees of authenticity. Keep in mind that a “Certificate of Authenticity” is only as valid as the issuer’s credentials and expertise. Unrealistically low prices for forgeries, reproductions, illegal or misattributed artifacts offered by uninformed or venal vendors are ultimately neither true “bargains” nor prudent fiscal investments. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the seller. Copyright © Rod Rogers, 2016. Material: Pottery, Provenance: Sotheby's/Parke-Bernet NYC Galleries 1980

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