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800-300 BCE, Jamma Coaque Female Figure, Ecuador

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800-300 BCE, Jamma Coaque Female Figure, Ecuador

A female votive figure from the Jamma Coaque people of Ecuador,characterized by her wide turban and voluptuous figure. Standing with hands joined, holding a small staff or scroll. There are remnants of burnished pigment over a tan/gray clay, but little identifiable decoration remains. The right shoulder has been repaired and other cracks at the neck have also been filled by a former owner. An attractive piece, nicely restored. Not frequently encountered. Please contact us with any questions. We are happy to talk with you. Size: H; 12.25", width at tha shoulder, 6.25"

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