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A larger sized capacocha male figurine. Made primarily of copper. He is a healthy nude man that chews coca. Wears a pointed hat, arms held high carrying a large aryballo vessel on his back. An unusually heavy piece. No doubt an offering of prosperity. Peru. Ca. 1450. Measures 3.25” / 8.25cm. Excellent condition.

XRF Report available.  Mounted in a shadow box black frame.

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