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RARE Pre-Columbian COLIMA STANDING HAIRLESS DOG

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Seller: sf-fineart (2,887) 100%, Location: Los Angeles, California, Ships to: Americas, Europe, Asia, AU, Item: 380344972520 This is a superb, museum quality RARE Pre-Columbian COLIMA STANDING HAIRLESS DOG, Western Mexico, Late Pre-Classic Period, circa 300 B.C. – A.D. 300. This magnificent sculpture of a standing dog, which was adored for its docile mannerism and its healing attributes, has a prominent snout with its mouth open, prominent eyes and alert pointed pierced ears and pointed tail. It is beautifully painted overall in a burnished light and deep orange brown and black, with sculpted muscular and facial details around the eyes and snout. It measures 12 ½” L., 6” W., 8” H. and is in good original intact condition aside from two stress cracks. PROVENANCE: This item comes directly from the estate of a Beverly Hills Pre-Columbian art collector and was legally imported into the United States over 70 years ago. Authenticity is GUARANTEED. Similar examples sell in major antiquities galleries for over $6,000. Please scroll down on the item description to view additional photographs. Shipping is $50.00 within the US only, please email for international shipping rates. Payment is due within 4 days. Please view my other auctions and eBay store for additional museum quality fine art and collectibles, including other fine Pre-Columbian items. Colima dogs were patterned after a hairless variety of ancient dog known as the Techichi. Some scholars have speculated that the Colima believed dogs were emissaries of Xolotl, the god of the dead. As such, dogs were envisioned as a guide to lead the spirits of the dead to their resting place in the underworld and such representational objects might have been interred with the deceased. Despite their possible connection with the dead, the representations of these dogs often take on a playful and charming demeanor. Other scholars have noted that this variety of dog was bred as a delicacy. Thus, their frequent portrayal as exceedingly plump accentuates the humorous nature of such representations. Shipping & Handling $50.00 USPS Priority Mail® Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Over 100,000,000 served. Get FREE counters from Vendio today! Culture: Colima, Original or Reproduction: Original, Category: Pre-Columbian, Date: 300 B.C. - A.D. 300

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