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Ensemble of Mixtec Copper Rings & Bells (11)

Pre-Columbian, Mexico, Post Classic Maya, Mixtec, ca. 1200 to 1500 CE. A group of copper personal adornments - six round, crotal bells, one simple ring, two flat rings with spirals on one side; and two rings with repousse faces. Both faces have abstract designs that look like human heads wearing feathered headdresses. Size of largest bell: 0.65" W (1.7 cm); size of spiral rings: 0.95" W (2.4 cm); one ring is a US 5.25 and the other is a US 4.5.

Condition: All show age wear and copper patina. Some bells show misshapen forms, but all are functional.

Provenance: private Harvey collection, acquired prior to 1972

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