Mesoamerican Obsidian, Gold & Turquoise Labret

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Princeton University Art Museum
published on 10 August 2022

A Mesoamerican labret or lip piercing made from polished obsidian with gold insert and turquoise inlay. 1400-1520. (Princeton University Art Museum, New Jersey, USA)

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