Jalisco Pottery Kneeling Female


10268. Jalisco Pottery Kneeling Female

West Mexico, Ameca style, Ca. 200 BC to 300 AD.

Hollow pottery figure wearing a knee-length skirt and with bare breasts, short arms extend to the sides and she has node bumps on her shoulders. Her pleasing face is somewhat elongated with a pointed hook nose, fillet head wrap and ear spools. Body painted red, skirt and face in tan-brown. Size: 19-1/4 Inches (48.9cm) H.

Excellent condition. A phenomenal specimen

Ex McCormick Collection from late 1960s.


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