Ancient/Pre-Columbian Artifacts:
Zapotec Civilization, Mesoamerica

All of these Pre-Columbian artifacts were legally and ethically acquired, coming from old American and European collections, museum deaccessions and auctions throughout the US and Europe prior to UNESCO and subsequent international trade laws. Every item is painstakingly screened for authenticity and legality. Provenance is not always listed in every item description due to restricted space, but is provided on the certificate of authenticity that accompanies each item. Enjoy!

Zapotec, Mexico, c. 250 - 600 AD. Gorgeous large Zapotec fluted grey-ware vessel, with incised decoration around the base of the neck. H: 8 1/2" (21.6 cm). Rare, restored chip on rim, otherwise intact. ex-B. Schneider private collection, San Diego County, CA; Ex Kim Martindale Gallery, Venice, CA. #PR2094: $525 SOLD

Zapotec Mexico, c. 100 - 500 AD. Neat Zapotec head fragment. Nicely detailed with decorated face and large headdress. Originally was part of a larger urn. W: 53 mm (2"). With custom base. Ex-Arte Xibalba, FL. #PR2251: $150 SOLD

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Zapotec, c. 500 - 800 AD. Excellent Zapotec head fragment from Oaxaca, Mexico. Depicts the face of a masked deity, perhaps the God Cocijo. Beautifully detailed, with strong mineral deposits and find site inscription. W: 2-3/4", mounted on base. From the estate of Joe Magor, Chicago, IL, collected in the mid-1960's. #PR2182: $225 SOLD