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Small clay standing figure, flat in profile with arms flaring slightly outward and hanging to knees, legs slightly bent. A stripe of brown paint decorated the leg at the knees and arms just below the shoulder. The feet protruding and are positioned at an angle. The face is long with a large protruding nose, prominent ears with large holes in the lobes and carved and painted mouth and eyes. A tall hat sits atop the head, painted brown. A ring sits at the neck, open to the front. A carved waist cloth covers the groin, and a lightly carved inverted V-shape sits on the stomach. The figure is covered with a light brown slip, with the orange clay showing through in several areas.


Appears to be a modern reproduction of a Colima figure from the period 200 B.C.E.-200 C.E.

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