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Peruvian drinking cup, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Peruvian drinking cup, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Fortress of Sacsahuaman and Throne of the Incas in the Hills above Cuzco, Peru, c1930s
Fortress of Sacsahuaman and Throne of the Incas in the Hills above Cuzco, Peru, c1930s
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Atabalipa, (c1502-1533), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Atabalipa, (c1502-1533), 1830. Creator: Unknown
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Francisco Pizarro, c1510-1520, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Francisco Pizarro, c1510-1520, (1890). Creator: Unknown
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L'Yncas vient recevoir les Orfrandes que ses Sujets font au Soleil, c1723
L'Yncas vient recevoir les Orfrandes que ses Sujets font au Soleil, c1723
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L'Yncas consacre son Vaze au Soleil, c1723
L'Yncas consacre son Vaze au Soleil, c1723
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Incan silver figure of a man with pan-pipes
Incan silver figure of a man with pan-pipes
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Incan beaker showing Spaniards and Peruvians, c.17th century
Incan beaker showing Spaniards and Peruvians, c.17th century
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Peruvian drinking cup, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Peruvian drinking cup, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Peruvian drinking cup, 1845. Item from the collection of British critic, travel writer and slaveowner William Beckford, who was also an art collector and patron of works of decorative art. After he died, the collection at his home Lansdown Tower just outside Bath was put up for sale. The catalogue numbers some 650 lots, including gorgeous furniture, cabinets, paintings, antique gems, coins, agates, mosaic tables, sculpture, Etruscan vases, rare gold Japan, and what is described as "matchless china"...an ancient Peruvian Drinking Cup [Moche portrait vessel], of red clay, formerly sacred to the Incas, and extremely rare. Mr. Beckford was in the habit of remarking upon this Cup, on account of its similarity to the Etruscan ware, that it appeared as evidence of the supposed Eastern origin of the Peruvians; a notion he was fond of maintaining'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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