This robust carved hardwood pole staff has a double human head finial. Diamond-shaped eyes with heavy cheeks. Wears a large, tall plume. Some remaining red facial paint. Presumably, red cinnabar or iron oxide. Scattered stable age splits with normal overall surface weathering. West Coast, Peru ca. 1000-1250 A.D.
Measures: 31” in length. A mounting stand will be created without charge. Allow 5-10 working days for production.
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