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Mayan Jade Hacha of a Bird Head - Barakat Gallery Store
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Ceremonial Hacha Representing a Macaw, Maya. Mexico. The hooked beak is perforated in its centre. The nostrils are marked by a groove.
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Ceremonial Hacha Representing a Macaw, Maya. Mexico. The hooked beak is perforated in its centre. The nostrils are marked by a groove.

Ceremonial Hacha Representing a Macaw, Maya. Mexico. The hooked beak is perforated in its centre. The nostrils are marked by a groove.
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View 1: Ceremonial Hacha Representing a Macaw - Maya - The hooked beak is perforated in its centre. The nostrils are marked by a groove. A highlighted big circle that is decorated by two engraved feathers forms the eye. On top of the eye is a large circular hole, characteristic of the Mayan hachas. The top of the head is bulging and depicts the cutting edge of the hacha.
View 1: Ceremonial Hacha Representing a Macaw - Maya - The hooked beak is perforated in its centre. The nostrils are marked by a groove. A highlighted big circle that is decorated by two engraved feathers forms the eye. On top of the eye is a large circular hole, characteristic of the Mayan hachas. The top of the head is bulging and depicts the cutting edge of the hacha.
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Belle hacha présentant une tête humaine aux traits de la divinité Kukulcan (Quetzalcóatl chez les Aztèques). Pierre dure sculptée profondément en forme de sabot. Ancienne patine du temps, quelques traces de concrétions calcaires en surface et d'oxydation incrustée dans la matière. Maya, époque classique, 550-950 après JC. 23,5x22x5cm Provenance : Collection privée Paris, après succession. Acquis par son actuel propriétaire avant 1970. #Maya #Hacha #Stone #PrecolumbianArt
Belle hacha présentant une tête humaine aux traits de la divinité Kukulcan (Quetzalcóatl chez les Aztèques).  Pierre dure sculptée profondément en forme de sabot. Ancienne patine du temps, quelques traces de concrétions calcaires en surface et d'oxydation incrustée dans la matière.  Maya, époque classique, 550-950 après JC.  23,5x22x5cm  Provenance : Collection privée Paris, après succession. Acquis par son actuel propriétaire avant 1970.  #Maya #Hacha #Stone #PrecolumbianArt
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MAYAN JADE PENDANT LATE CLASSIC, ca. A.D. 550 - 950 boldly carved with the portrait of a dignitary, the rounded face with parted lips, heavy-lidded eyes under thinly arched brows, adorned with large ear flares & a peaked headdress bound by a jade headband & centering a recessed 'kan' emblem, the crossed 'kan' symbol of rulership embellishing the neck, the whole physiognomy sunken within a scrolled cartouche with beadwork lower border; in light green mottled stone... Height 2 3/4 in.
MAYAN JADE PENDANT  LATE CLASSIC, ca. A.D. 550 - 950  boldly carved with the portrait of a dignitary, the rounded face with parted lips, heavy-lidded eyes under thinly arched brows, adorned with large ear flares & a peaked headdress bound by a jade headband & centering a recessed 'kan' emblem, the crossed 'kan' symbol of rulership embellishing the neck, the whole physiognomy sunken within a scrolled cartouche with beadwork lower border; in light green mottled stone...  Height 2 3/4 in.
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Hacha votiva.totonaca, Esculpida en piedra. Culturas del Golfo, Veracrúz, México. Perteneciente al período Clásico, 250-650 D. de C.
Hacha votiva.totonaca, Esculpida en piedra. Culturas del Golfo, Veracrúz, México. Perteneciente al período Clásico, 250-650 D. de C.
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Mayan Stone Hacha in the Form of an Animal Head Origin: Mexico Circa: 300 AD to 900 AD
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Mayan Stone Hacha in the Form of an Animal Head Origin: Mexico Circa: 300 AD to 900 AD

Mayan Stone Hacha in the Form of an Animal Head  Origin: Mexico Circa: 300 AD to 900 AD

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Maya. jade. height 5.0 cm. Appliqué in form of deity face. note tiny holes for attaching.

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Hacha. Catálogo - Museo de Antropología de Xalapa - Universidad Veracruzana

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Mayan Stone Hacha - SP.462 Origin: Mexico Circa: 300 AD to 900 AD  Dimensions: 10" (25.4cm) high x 6.75" (17.1cm) wide  Collection: Pre-Columbian Style: Mayan Medium: Stone  $28,000.00  Location: United States

Mayan Stone Hacha - SP.462 Origin: Mexico Circa: 300 AD to 900 AD Dimensions: 10" (25.4cm) high x 6.75" (17.1cm) wide Collection: Pre-Columbian Style: Mayan Medium: Stone $28,000.00 Location: United States

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