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Bowl with two smaller bowls inside it. The bowls get progressively taller as they get smaller in diameter. Two snakes in hard relief go from outermost rim to middle rim and back again; they are on opposite sides of the bowl and their heads face the same direction. Three hollow tubes are protrude from outer surface in between snakes' heads; two small faces protrude from outer surface between the tubes. Exterior of outermost bowl is decorated with an allover geometric pattern.

History Of Use

Thought to be a modern reproduction of an old style.

Item History

  • Made in Peru before 1969
  • Collected during 1969
  • Owned by Joan Goodall before September 21, 1979
  • Received from Joan Goodall (Donor) on September 21, 1979

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