Terracotta zoomorphic vase, pre-Columbian archaeology, Taïno art pottery
Zoomorphic vase made by the Taïnos Indians, globular in shape with a round bottom. Animal face in relief, incised geometric decoration. Pink ceramic. The Taïnos were an Amerindian population present in the Greater Antilles and the Caribbean until the 16th century. They were very skilled in pottery, stone and woodwork. The ethnic group was decimated with the arrival of the Europeans, due to illnesses and forced labor. Collectible piece of ancient and very rare archeology in the spirit of cabinets of curiosities. In its own juice with traces of seniority and wear, the photos are an integral part of the description. Pink color.
DATE: Before 16th century
ORIGIN: Greater Antilles, Caribbean
WEIGHT: 0.400 kg