Canelos Quichua Ceramic, Tapir FootYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Small Canelos Quichua ceramic storage jar with foot in the form of a tapir, and pellet rattles inside. Made by Rosario Mucashigua, Curaray.
“This storage jar may also be used as a festival serving vessel for masticated manioc mash, called asua. It is unusual (only very skilled potters do this) in that it has a few pellets for a shotgun inside to give it a rattle effect when shaken. Top is turtle motif with zigzag inserted, bottom (shoulder) is anaconda motif.” -Dr. Norman Whitten.
Purchased from the Sacha Runa Research Foundation.
Tapir Foot Trail 4 (Fill Hole Select) Generated with photogrammetry software 3DF Zephyr v3.503 processing 100 images.