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An adorable Colima dog whistle from West Mexico, c. 300 BC - 300 AD. It is 3 in tall and depicts an alert puppy with perked ears and a wagging tail. Intact, with strong mineral deposits, root marks and great tone on the whistle.

An adorable Colima dog whistle from West Mexico, c. It is 3 in tall and depicts an alert puppy with perked ears and a wagging tail. Intact, with strong mineral deposits, root marks and great tone on the whistle.

Teotihuacan, 150 - 550 A.D. National Museums in Berlin. The incense burner consists of a basin and an upper part on whose reverse side a chimney was mounted as a smoke outlet and whose front side takes the form of a temple (or stage) adorned with birds’ heads, feathers, and rosettes of clay, as well as small plaques into which, in turn, depictions of temples have been scratched. The center is a typical, triangular Teotihuac.

Teotihuacan, 150 - 550 A. width: 33 cm ID IV Ca 46159 National Museums in Berlin, Ethnological Museum

Bird-Headed Figure Whistle [Mexico, Veracruz] (1978.412.80) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bird-Headed Figure Whistle, century Mexico, Veracruz Ceramic The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Warrior vessel West Mexico Oaxaca Mixtec culture 300 BCE-300 CE Clay by mharrsch, via Flickr

Warrior vessel West Mexico Oaxaca Mixtec culture 300 CE Clay by…

Maya slateware cup (front) ca. AD 900 Chocolá, Campeche, Mexico Clay, cinnabar 11.5 x 13.5 cm

"This is the drinking cup of K'ahk' Uht K'inich, King of Akankeh and Ball Player" Maya, 800 - 1000

Carita sonriente / Los Cerros / Cultura Centro de Veracruz

note de Crown ou Fez or Tarbooch - with Hieroglyphs - Veracruz - Mexico -

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