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Antique Pre-Columbian Jama-Coaque Ceramic Female Figure 300 BC - 400AD

Antique Pre-Columbian Jama-Coaque Ceramic Female Figure 300 BC - 400AD

SKU: P60

An antique ceramic figure from the Jama-Coaque culture of present-day Ecuador, dating back to 300 BC - 400 AD, is a remarkable pre-Columbian artifact.
It depicts a standing tall female figure with outstretched arms as if she welcomes the viewer. 
The figure is adorned with a necklace, a nose ring, bracelets, and a large headdress, which signify her elevated status.
Overall, this pre-Columbian artifact is a fascinating piece of ancient art that offers a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the Jama-Coaque civilization.

CONDITION: It is in good condition, showing its age and wear.
No repairs or restorations.

DIMENSIONS: Height: 11.5 cm. (4 1/2 in.) width: 7 cm (2 3/4 Inches).

PROVENANCE: The object came from a private Canadian collection of antiques and was sold by a reputable Canadian auction house in the 1980s.