A Large Mexican, Ixtlan del Rio Style Standing Ceramic Female Figure, Nayarit, c. 100 BC
A fine and large Western Mexican standing female figure, slip-painted pottery with post-fire applied polychrome paint, Nayarit culture, Ixtlan del Rio style, c. 200 BC-300 AD. Resided in a private, Los Angeles collection since the mid 1950's.
WIDTH: 10 in | HEIGHT: 15½ in | DEPTH: 5½ in
SEAT HEIGHT: 1½ in
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CONDITION: Normal damage that's to be expected with a 2000 year old pottery piece. Missing one ear, fragment missing from other. Missing legs and possibly a cup that would have been held in the woman's hand. Crack around neck, and possible restorations to arms.