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Lot of 4 Guerrero Mezcala Stone Amulets

Pre-Columbian, Guerrero Region, Mexico, Mezcala, ca. 500 to 200 BCE. A wonderful ensemble of carved and string-cut amulets including a hand-polished greenstone avian pendant with nicely delineated wings, tail and visage; two anthropomorphic celts, one from a mottled greenstone, the other from a white quartz, and a feathered wing carved from a deep grey stone, probably andesite. Quite a sweet group, all perforated for suspension. Comes in a glass-fronted wood display box. Size: bird measures 1.875" L x 1.125" W (4.8 cm x 2.9 cm)

Condition: Small nick to periphery of wing pendant. Mottled greenstone anthropomorphic amulet repaired from two pieces. Otherwise all have aged gracefully with nice encrustations.

Provenance: Ex-Paul Simon collection, Taos, NM

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