Pre-Columbian "Tonalaware" clay pitcher.

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Pre-Columbian  Tonalaware  clay pitcher.
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Pre-Columbian "Tonalaware" clay pitcher. 8.6 grams, 1-3/8" tall and ¾" in diameter. With wide, flared top and base and fat body, remnants of a handle near top, this piece was unfortunately smashed and reassembled (only small pieces missing), brown with bits of white encrustation, rare and desirable artifact that was probably intended as a child's toy and made in the village of Tonala near Guadalajara, Mexico (see Galleon Alley by Weller, pp. 118 and 146-9). From the Capitana El Rubí and pedigreed to Art McKee's Sunken Treasure Museum, with certificate.