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Pot

A burial vessel from the Lambayeque region of Peru. Sicán culture. Although press molded, much of the surface decoration has been lost....

Basket

Armadillo baskets became popular after the 1902 New York World's Fair, where they were first exhibited by Charles Apelt, owner of the Apelt Armadillo Company (and Farm) in Texas. These...

Pot

Small decorated clay pot, which was likely made in the 14th century. Ica-Chincha culture, Southwest Peru. They were prominent maritime traders who lived in a fertile valley on the coast....

Vase

Mould-made reduced fired anthropomorphic vessel, likely depicting a priest. He is holding a kero (drinking vessel) and a jaguar he is in control of to show that this individual negotiates...

Bottle

Mould-made reduced fired clay vessel, Chimu-Inca. Decoration includes a human dead, two jaguars either side of the head. Body includes stylised water and mountain motifs. Likely made in the 15th...

Bottle

Burial vessel from the Lambayeque region of Peru. Spout is broken off, and surface decoration has been lost. In front of the spout is a small monkey. Likely late period...

Rufous hummingbird

Hummingbird skin collected in North America and donated by Mr Weekes in 1942 This is a hummingbird from the western side of the North American continent breeding as far north...

Muscovy duck

Muscovy and mallard are the two species of duck to have been domesticated. Muscovys live wild in the Americas, south from Mexico, and they were being kept as domesticated birds...

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