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Auction Closes At: 10:36:00 02/27/2023
Time Remaining: Closed
Lot# & Name: 019. Olmec Jade Spoons & Perforator (3)
Estimate: $3,000-$5,500
Current High Bid: $1,800.00
Auction Closed(Final Price) $1,800.00

Category: Pre-Columbian Art
Sub Category: Mexico - Olmec and Pre-Classic Cultures
Culture or Country: Upper Balsas River Basin, Guerrero.
Period: Ca. 900 - 600 B.C.
Size: 2-3/8”, 3-1/2” & 4-3/8”L.

Description: Three different carved jade examples including a small and fine deep green and white striated jade spoon, having a recessed bowl and handle. Biconical drilled suspension hole on the edge Intact, exc. cond. A beautiful example. Together with a small, medium blue-green jade spoon, drilled suspension hole. Intact. Finally, a medium blue-green jade piercer, recarved in the Olmec period most likely from a spoon, remaining traces of the two original spoon suspension hole. Intact.
Provenance: John Stokes Jr. collection, acquired September 1963. Ex. Pablo Mendizabal collection. Published: “The Olmec World - Ritual and Rulership”, p. 305, #221a. Exhibited: The Art Museum, Princeton University, 12/16/95 to 2/25/96. Exhibited: The Museum of Arts, Houston, TX., 4/14/96 to 6/9/96.
Shipping Fee:
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International: $100.00 (This is approximate and for Postal Service. Prices may vary, especially for private carriers such as: FEDEX, UPS and BAX).

Olmec Jade Spoons & Perforator (3)

BIDDER BID QTY Original Bid Time
1. gorangers $1,800.00 1 2/26/2023 12:07:03 PM

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