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Drinking vessel, 600-800 CE, Mexico

Late Classic, Maya (Chocholá style) Bowl, deeply carved with K'awiil on one side, A.D. 600–900 Orangeware ceramic with white slip h. 12.2 cm., diam. 16.0 cm. (4 13/16 x 6 5/16 in.) Place made: Chocholá or vicinity, Maya area, Yucatán or Campeche, Mexico

Biscuit TeabowlPearlware/creamware teabowl, biscuit, with underglaze blue painted decoration which has been air dried. From phase III of the Greatbatch pottery site, Fenton, excavated 1979 to 1981. Piece is highlighted in ‘William Greatbatch, a Staffordshire Potter’, David Barker, 1991, plate 77, p.198 1765 - 1770 http://www.stokemuseums.org.uk

Teotihuacan-influenced vessel in the form of a ballplayer Earthenware Escuintia style Mexico or Guatemala 600 CE

A giant Olmec head discovered in 1946, San Lorenzo, Mexico. Photograph by Richard Hewitt Stewart, National Geographic.

Zona Arqueológica de Calakmul

Mayan vessel. Calakmul. Ancient mayan nobility used to drink cacao in this.

Mask, Olmec were the first major civilization in Mexico. 500 BCE to about 400 BCE.

Cylindrical vessel with sacrificial scene Guatemala or Mexico Maya Late Classic Period 600-850 CE Ceramic Dallas Museum of Art,Dallas,Texas

A wucai jar and cover, China, China, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period.

Vessel with an Enthroned Lord and Seated Figure; 765; Mexico, Xcalumkin (Northern Lowlands), Maya culture, Late Classic period (A.D. 600–900); Incised ceramic (fine grayware) with traces of red pigment; 22.9 x 17.2 cm diameter