$59.39 (as of February 27, 2020, 10:13 am)
Never listed. Pre Columbian, Greenstone, Costa Rican, Nicoya, Early/Late Classic/Post Classic + 300 1200 A.D. Tiny greenstone necklace pendant, bead, 4 grams, 1 3/16th of an inch in height, 9/16th of an inch in width, 5/16 of an inch in depth, no losses, repairs, breaks, cracks or chips, the carving is in perfect condition and is considered to be choice. All photographs were taken by the seller (with no substitutions, ever) with a Canon digital camera and a laboratory quality AmScope trinocular stereo microscope, photos 1 thru 7 were shot with the Canon, they reflect non magnified images of the subject carving in various positions, photos 8 thru 12 were shot with the AmScope, they depict magnified and highly magnified images of the carvings, quality polishing, bi conical suspension hole, and ancient deposits, earthly & mineral. Shipping: North America, (the United States and Canada), I utilize the services of USPS/Canada Post, tracked, insured and *expedited service. Shipping: International, please request a quote before bidding or making an offer. I combine shipping and do not seek to profit from same, all artifacts are packed with great care, utilizing the best materials money can buy. F.Y.I., I have accounts with USPS, Canada Post, FedEx, and U.P.S., I maintain said accounts in order to offer the best rates possible. I have sold and shipped antiquities from my collection to residents of, Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, Russia, Canada and the United States, the owners of art galleries in New York and Denver have also purchased antiquities for their private collection. As always if you have a question or would like to comment, don’t hesitate, in some cases I may need 48 hours to respond. If I have not responded to your inquiry don’t be shy about reminding me. Sellers remarks regarding the acquisition, authentication and overall quality of the subject artifact: The carving is from the estate of a late Canadian West Coast resident who had the means and contacts to collect top quality antiquities, I was advised that he started acquiring pieces in 1972, at that time his construction company was involved in projects for government officials and residents of Central America. Under magnification I was quite surprised to note the quality of the polishing, overall the subject antiquity is well detailed, and in choice condition. There is an excellent chance the carving is authentic. *expedited Postal Service is based on my final shipping cost.(PCCRGST:0100SS) Members who have made prior purchases please advise, thanks for your interest.