Low two-handled vessel
about 200 B.C.
Object Place: Michoacán, Mexico
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Short, blackware vessel with wide mouth and loop-handles. There is a stylized pattern of straight lines going around the shoulder. On the lip are two small animal heads with a space between them. The body of the vase has a vertical concavity between the heads and the bottom is rounded. There is a small chip in the lip of the vessel.
With Edward H. Merrin Gallery, New York, by 1973; to private collector in 1973; to Diane Homer, Wayland, Massachusetts November 17, 1973; to MFA December 2004, gift.
Gift of Dr. Marc and Diane Homer