A large and heavy solid unburnished buff slab figure from the Quimbaya culture, Caldas complex.
Rarer seated female in the state of trance with extended forward down arms and legs.
Price: € 1250,--
Size: 10.5"/26.67 cm tall, 7.5”/19.05 cm wide.
Period: Columbia 1000-1400 AD.
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Adorned with incised bands painted in white representing jewelry. Rectangular shaped head with faint tattooed face. Eyes and mouth are slit. Nose is largely molded with piercing hole.
The majority of slab figures have survived without paint, but little remain on some, such as the black bands across her face and white bands seen on this figure.
Five unique piercing holes running vertically down atop her head meeting up with horizontal ones on her forehead. Used to hold feathered plums to distinguish status within a social group. Both left leg and arm reattached otherwise in excellent condition.
This item is presented in partnership with, an U.S.A. dealer, specializing in High quality Pre-Columbian art.