This is a Pre-Columbian Mayan Stone Celt found in the Guatemala Highlands, c. 250 - 700 A.D. Nicely formed pecked, ground and polished black stone celt with a curved cutting edge and a narrow-rounded butt. Possibly a votive piece called “Tears of the Gods” and were thrown into the fields and placed on altars as offerings to agricultural deities. Provenance: from the collection of William Leazer and William Swann, Dallas, Texas. The artefact is in very fine condition and measures 62mm long.
Price: 70.00

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Pre-Columbian Mayan Stone Celt. NP Collectables
PC233 Pre-Columbian Mayan Stone Celt
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