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Clay figure of a female with offering bowl. The head is large, flat at back, with round eyes, a protruding nose with thick ring, and an open mouth showing several square teeth. The left ear is large and sits low on the head. The right ear is missing. A hat with a thick brim sits on the forehead, surrounding a hole in the head that leads to the hollow interior of the figure. Shoulders are wide, with small, widely placed breasts protruding from the chest. The right arm curves, hand placed on chest. The left hand holds the offering bowl, balanced on the leg. The figure wears a long skirt with feet emerging from the bottom. Traces of vertical black and white decorative lines are still visible on the skirt. Figure has been broken in half at the chest/mid-back and glued back together. The left arm has been broken off and glued back on.


Appears to be a modern reproduction.

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