Stirrup spout bottle; round-profiled, inverted-U-shaped stirrup; spout missing; chamber with sharp shoulder and flat base. Surmounting chamber is seated male figure in loincloth and headband, holding a vessel in the form of a human head to his mouth in both hands. Pierced lugs at spout base. Well-finished, but seems that one vertical mould set used for stirrup spout and chamber (seams along stirrup and down front and back of figure); second mould for the vessel in the figure's hands; figure arms are modelled and applied. Well-burnished. Red/orange pigment covers vessel; fabric is oxidized-fired.

An00834951 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
vessel
Techniques
painted, mould-made, modelled, burnished

Place

Found In
Peru
In Gallery
G1/fc8i
Made In
North Coast Peru

Time

Acquired In
1814
Made
1430-1660
Period/Culture
Chimu-Inca, Colonial (Americas)

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