This Silver Ballcourt Marker is a replica of a wonderfully preserved stone disc belonged in the category known as ballcourt markers, which were set in ballcourt floors. The motif is, of course, a ballplayer in the act of hitting a ball with his hip and the text recounts the date of dedication of the ballcourt it was set in.
Late Classic (600-900 A.D.)
Chinkultic, State of Chiapas
56 cm. (diameter) x 13 cm. (thickness)
National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico.
Maya Ballcourt marker from Chinkultic Replica
D'Argenta Statues & Home Decor products are to be cleaned only with a soft piece of cloth to remove any dust. No metal polishers or cleaning agents should be used.
D'Argenta Statues & Home Decor Products are protected by a strong lacquer that prevents silver tarnishing and protects it as a whole.
W: 30 cm D: 3 cm H: 30 cm; 1.57 kg.
W: 11.8 in D: 1.1 in H: 11.8 in ; 3.46 lb.
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