4th-3rd millennium BC. A ceramic figure of a zebu resting with legs folded beneath the body, horns displayed, painted detailing to the horns, head and body. 121 grams, 94mm (3 3/4"). From the property of a London gentleman; previously in the private collection of the late David Gold, formed 1970s. 'David Gold amassed a sizable collection of Indus Valley pottery, both vessels and figurative during his retirement, a plaque to David and his brother was recently unveiled by Westminster Council above 43 Carnaby Street, commemorating their business that made Carnaby Street synonymous with fashion in the 1960s.'