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    Thrift Store Pottery Find

    Picked this up at the thrift store for $1.99.
    A pottery piece of some sort.
    I have no idea if it is real, authentic, A souvenir, or even old.
    Can any experts out there shed some light on this piece?
    Thanks!
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    With just looking at the pictures I believe it just might be real and several hundred years old and if it is, properly from Panama
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    It does look real but they can fake anything! But still has the look of old pottery.


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    Greeneman215-- what an awesome find, things like this keep me coming back to thrift stores. Here we are a year later... have you learned anything about it since your posting? If someone faked that, they certainly put a hell of a lot of time & effort into it, particularly with the fading red pigments. Almost looks to be carved from a whale vertebrae?

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    Dec 2012
    Concrete, WA
    Nokta FoRs Gold, a Gold Cube, 2 Keene Sluices and Lord only knows how many pans....not to mention a load of other gear my wife still doesn't know about!
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    It's a Polynesian sex god...

    Don't let your wife see it or you'll never get any sleep!
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    Sorry for late reply, I never did find anymore information about it. It sits in my barrister. I'm almost certain it's pottery. It does look old to me and for $2 you can't beat it. It didn't have a price on it at first so I had to wait until the next day for them to call me with a price of $2 lol.

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    Google Nicoyan Pottery. Probably found in the Guanacaste area of Costa Rica, probably closer to the Nicaraguan border than the thinner walled classic Nicoyan pottery found in central Guanacaste.
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    Sep 2018
    Tacoma, WA
    I have not done metal detecting since 1995 but at that time I had a Fisher underwater metal detector.
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    Actually looks like an elephant! I have a collection of Panamanian ceramics from the chiriqui region and the style does not match . My feeling is that is fake. The thickness of the walls seems too much.
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