STONE CARVED CENSERS
1N Hohokam Stone Frog Effigy Censer.
This bowl appears to have had two other equally spaced frogs, but they have been
ground off during prehistoric times.
Approximate Dimensions: 4 1/2" or 11.5cm. by 2 3/4" or 7cm.
2N Hohokam Stone Horny Toad Censer.
Approximate Dimensions: 4 1/2" or 11.3cm. by 2 3/4" or 7cm. by 1 3/4" or 4.4cm.
3N Hohokam Double Effigy Censer.
This extraordinary censer has what appears to be a human child sitting on a turtle's back.
Approximate Dimensions: 3 1/2" or 9cm. by 2 1/2" or 6.3cm. by 2 1/4" or 5.7cm.
4N Hohokam Stone Ram Censer, possibly representing a hunter's trophy.
It has a small hole drilled behind the ribs on its left side, possibly representing an arrow's entrance. On the right side, it has a small hole drilled just behind the shoulder, possibly representing the arrow's exit. The ram has alot of detail including a brisket, belly, open mouth, horns, eyes, anus, tail, and testicles.
5N Hohokam Stone Horny Toad Censer.
6N Hohokam Stone Horny Toad Censer.
7N Stone Rattlesnake Censer
8N Stone Rattlesnake Censer
9Y Stone Censer with a Regal Horned Lizard Head.
Made from purple basalt.
Approximate Dimensions: 5 1/8" by 2"
10Y Stone Censer with two carved lizards.
Approximate Dimensions: 4" by 2 1/8"
11Y Stone Censer carved into a large frog or horned lizards.
Approximate Dimensions: 5 3/4" by 4"
12Y Large Stone Censer carved in a diamon pattern.
Approximate Dimensions: 6 1/2" by 4"
13Y Miniature Stone Censer possibly representing a Horned Lizard.
Approximate Dimensions: 2" by 1 1/2"
14N Stone Ram Censer
The two small knobs on top of the head represent ears.
Approximate Dimensions: 5" by 3 1/4" by 3"
15N Stone Rattlesnake Censer
Approximate Dimensions: 3 1/2" by 2"
16N Stone Rectangular Censer with a bird on each corner.
All four birds have eyes and mouths.
Approximate Dimensions: 4" by 3" by 1 1/2"
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