Date: ca. 3000 - 2000 BCMaterial: CeramicsDimensions: 114x33mm - 42gramsProvenance/Additional Information: Obtained from an old British collection, purchased from a private collector in London, acquired between 1960 - 1990.
A seated Indus Valley Figure of a female, possibly a goddess, with applied bands to the top of the head for hair, large pinched nose with pierceholes for eyes, small applied mouth; broad decorated collar necklace to the neck, large breasts, legs slightly bent with incised toes to the feet. Many scholars believe that these figurines were used in religious and funerary practices. Rare example of this type in very fine condition.
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