DescriptionA Lot of Two Nopiloa Female Figures
Ça 600-900 AD
Molded kaolin ceramic
7" High x 6" Wide and 8¾" High x 8" Wide
Both figures, molded in very fragile, thin kaolin have been broken and glued. Each one wears a broad headdress that suggests basketry and textile. The smaller figure wears a wrap-skirt and a quexquimitl, a traditional square blouse worn in a diamond shape. The larger female wears a broad brocaded band over a short skirt. Both figures stand with their arms raised.
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