Late Chavin Single Spout Vessel of a Figure Carrying a Burden of Plates

Late Chavin Single Spout Vessel of a Figure Carrying a Burden of Plates


Description: The Cargador is a popular theme in Chavin Times, with minor variations. Some are carrying bags with foodstuffs, others are carrying nets and still others are carrying plates held together by a net. A similar Carador is illustrated in DE CUPISNIQUE A LOS INCAS, EL ARTE DEL VALLE DE JEQUETEPEQUE pg.99.
Dimensions: Height : 7 1/2"
Date: Peru, Chavin, Cupisnique, Late Phase, North Coast, c. 700 - 400 BC
Condition Report: Very good with small chip on edge of spout.
Notes: M7027H
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