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I have this piece that I think is from the Myan or Aztec

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I have this piece that I think is from the Myan or Aztec era, it is made of poarse clay(?) maybe, it has 4 figures arm to arm around a bowl at their feet, no markings on piece. The figures have slinted eyes, full facial points and hair tuff's in the maybe a replica of an old piece, or maybe a good find.
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Nora replied 2 months ago.


This is a late 20th century, circa 1995, fairly contemporary, decorative ware candle holder that was made in Mexico. They were sold at souvenir stands in Mexico as well as through mailing catalogue companies, such as Sundance. On today's market, this sells for $20 - $40 depending on size and condition.

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