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Solid standing adolescent female figurine. Buff. Body is admirably robust. She wears
a short tunic and small circular ear spools. Globular head garb is painted red. Both
toes have been reattached and restored, otherwise in fine condition. Manabi, Ecuador.
Ca. 1800 B.C. - 300 B.C. Measures over 6.25”/15.87 cm.
Compare similar example in "Pre-Columbian Art of South America" p. 340 pl. 727; “Ecuador
- The Secret Art of Precolumbian Ecuador” pp. 64, 66, 67.; Also in the Casa del Alabado
Collection, Quito, Ecuador.