Frying Pan-shaped Censer

Frying Pan-shaped Censer

AD 700-1350
Culture
Greater Nicoya
Country
Costa Rica
Style/Tradition
Belen Incised Palmares Variety
incense burner
Modeled tan clay with red slip, engraving, perforation, and applique.
Gift of Frederick and Jan Mayer
1993.474
. Frying Pan-shaped Censer. AD 700-1350. Modeled tan clay with red slip, engraving, perforation, and applique.. Gift of Frederick and Jan Mayer. 1993.474.
Dimensions
height: 3 in, 7.6200 cm; width: 7 5/8 in, 19.3675 cm; depth: 13 1/2 in, 34.2900 cm
Department
Mayer Center, Art of the Ancient Americas
Collection
Art of the Ancient Americas
Exhibition History
  • "Pre-Columbian Art of Costa Rica: From the Collection of Jan and Frederick R. Mayer." Clara A. Hatton Gallery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, February (?)-March 4, 1977. (Traveled to: Maxwell Museum, Albuquerque, NM, October 12, 1977-May 30, 1978)
  • "Ancient Treasures of Costa Rica: Art and Archaeology of the Rich Coast." Denver Museum of Natural History, June 23, 1990-May 31, 1991.

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