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Clay figure of a seated woman holding a rattle. The head is large, flat at the back. Eyes are emphasized by a black circular painted design, the nose protrudes and holds a thick ring, and the mouth shows several square teeth. Long ears have large earrings in the lobes. The woman wears a hat with a thick brim, surrounding a hole in the top of the head that leads to the hollow interior of the figure. The neck is decorated with several lines of white dots. Shoulders are wide, with the left arm curved and resting on the stomach, the right holding out a small rattle. Breasts protrude from the chest. The skirt is decorated with painted squiggles and triangles in white and yellow. Legs are folded under the body, one emerging from the bottom of the skirt and curving to the side.


Appears to be a modern reproduction.

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