Colima Coahuayana Pottery Votive Figure

14677. Colima Coahuayana Pottery Votive Figure

West Mexico, Protoclassic, Ameca Style, ca. 100 B.C. - A.D. 250

Hollow pottery figure wearing necklace, earspools and headdress; and with short arms extend to sides and with node bumps on her shoulders. Her pleasing face is somewhat elongated with a pointed hook nose. Reddish brown slip pigment.
Size: 6-1/2 inches (16.5 cm) H Provenance: The Judith Meister Collection, Highland Park, Chicago, Illinois, acquired between 1950s-1994; thence by decent. Compare The Ancient Art of Colima Mexico, by Richard Reynolds, 1993, no 37.


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