Vintage Bolivian Silverplate Coquera (Coco Box)/ Lidded Serving Tureen - image 1 of 11

A late 19th century style, South American, Spanish Colonial coquera vessel and lid with repousse fruit designs and leaves. A coquera was traditionally used to store coca leaves for chewing. Today it makes an attractive serving bowl.

STYLE
Spanish Colonial style

PLACE OF ORIGIN
Bolivia | South America

PROVENANCE
Former collection: Holler & Saunders, Ltd. (Nogales, Arizona, 1979-present)

MARKS
Unmarked

DATE
20th century

DIMENSIONS
Width 13 Depth 11 Height 12 inches

ITEM ID
H-104-0011
TYPE
Holloware
AGE
20th Century
PURPOSE
Serving Bowls
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

Eron Johnson Antiques

Vintage Bolivian Silverplate Coquera (Coco Box)/ Lidded Serving Tureen

$1,150


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