An attractive, solid, molded sitting figure. Traditional triangular face with horizontal eye slits, with formed nose and mouth. Wears large wide band headdress with a red pigmented center applique, red painted ear discs, shoulder and waist garment. Ample remains of whitewash over the surface. The head and left foot have been reattached with a break line showing. The thumb is missing on the right hand. Xolapan
It measures 2.75″ in Height.
Mexico, ca. 300 – 650 A.D.
Comes on an all-wood block stand.
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