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Pre-Columbian Olmec Standing Figure. Mexico

Pre-Columbian Olmec Standing Figure. Mexico

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: Pre Columbian: Pre AD 1000: Item # 1225816

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Pre-Columbian Olmec Standing Figure. Mexico. 1 3/4”H. Circa: 1200 B.C. – 400 B.C. A blue-green carved jade example depicting a standing dwarf figure holding his arms to his sides and his hands over his large stomach. Expressive facial features having an open mouth which has a drilled perforation. Drilled openwork arms with two tiny drilled perforations through the upper arms. Short stubby legs, left leg has a chip to the inside corner, otherwise intact. Modern mounted 14kt gold suspension loop, drilled into the top of the head, 16” L. gold chain. Provenance: Ex.Allen Long Collection, NY,NY.