Standing Jaguar Ocarina
CultureGreater Chiriqui | Diquís region
Buenos Aires Polychrome
MediumSlip-painted ceramic with pigments
Credit LineGift of Frederick and Jan Mayer
Unknown artist, Diquís Delta, Greater Chiriqui, Costa Rica. Standing Jaguar Ocarina, 900–1520 CE. Slip-painted ceramic with pigments, 4 ¼ x 3 ⅛ x 3 ⅞ inches. Denver Art Museum Collection: Gift of the Collection of Frederick and Jan Mayer, 1993.541.
Dimensionsheight: 4 1/4 in, 10.7950 cm; width: 3 1/8 in, 7.9375 cm; depth: 3 7/8 in, 9.8425 cm
DepartmentMayer Center, Arts of the Ancient Americas
CollectionArts of the Ancient Americas
This object is currently on view
- "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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