SEATED FEMALE FIGURE
Colima Culture, Western Mexico
Protoclassical period, 100 BC. -250 AD
H. 24 cm - w. 20
Orange-brown ceramic, traces of black oxidation.
Naked seated woman, hands resting on her knees. She is wearing a
necklace, a headdress and upper arm bracelets placed by the
pelleting technique. Simple face, coffee bean eyes, nose
prominent, pierced ears, typical of Colima statuary.
Broken glued (Head, right leg and right arm). Small lack in the
- Franco Monti Collection, 1960s-1970s
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