DescriptionThree Interesting Jalisco Men
C. 200 BC-200 AD
Slipped and Painted Pottery
5¼" to 6¾" Tall
The group includes a cream slipped figure of indeterminate gender, slightly hunched forward with an enlarged arching back, wearing a crest on the head, wraps, and a beaded necklace. The figurine is cream slipped and with original red paint in areas, and intact, excellent. The next is a seated man, genitalia exposed with spindly arms and legs, retaining original red paint in areas, and, surprisingly, is in excellent, intact condition. Last, a thin armed and legged seated male with strong features, large ear ornaments, and an unusual thin piercing on the stomach. This figure is intact, excellent, covered in ancient mineral growths.
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