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Inca Pottery Stirrup Vessel with Llama & Grooms
Please refer to our stock # 1877 when inquiring.
Rare and unique, Inca Pottery Bridge Vessel, Andean Mountain Range, 1470 - 1540. Orange-brown double-globular vessel, seated groomers attending a llama, black and white spider web decoration on lobes, professional repair to llama & groomers from original pieces, in excellent condition. 8.5" high. Ex: Arte Primitivo, New York. The Inca believed that once upon a time, llamas could talk. A llama has much in common with a camel. In fact, llamas are members of the camel family. The Inca did not have horses or cows. Llamas were the important animal high in the Andes mountains. Llamas provided the Inca with wool, food, and a way to transport goods. Llamas were not worshiped, but they well cared for.