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Vicus Pottery Olla - Rotund Nude Female

Pre-Columbian, Peru, Vicus culture, ca. 300 to 500 CE. Pottery jar in the form of a rotund female. She is shown standing nude, her genitalia clearly showing, hands to her large stomach, coffee bean eyes and pierced ears. Vessel shows remains of negative-resist decoration. Size: 8.5" H (21.6 cm)

Condition: Head reattached and repaired in one other place

Provenance: Ex-private CT collection

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