Red terracotta seated Shaman with one arm raised, one holding a hand tool, oval face, small smile, raised almond shaped eyes, rectangular ears pierced in the center, pointed close fitting cap with shell and horn, scarification lines on the neck. Protoclassic. 100 BC-250 AD (11" x 9")
Terracotta male head wearing a thick band, upturned nose, pinpoint incised eyes, holes for earplugs, bead necklace, broken below the shoulder. Mounted on a base.
600-1200 AD (4" x 3")
Flat appliqué design of a standing terracotta figure holding an infant with an incised coiffure and necklace. Purportedly from Querendaro, Michoacan, bears striking similarities to Chipicuaro figures of the Guanajuato variety. Light dirt patina. West Mexico.
400-100 BC (3 1/2" x 3")
Ancient Pre-Columbian (Mayan) Terracotta plate with three jaguar heads as feet. 600-900 AD (3 ½" x 11 ¼")
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