A Colima Musician. c. 250 BC - 250 AD . Ho...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionA Colima Musician
c. 250 BC - 250 AD
Hollow earthenware with burnished brown slip. The musician holding a rattle in his right hand and a flute or other instrument to his mouth with his left hand. Wearing a lateral crested helmet with flanges, head cloth down back of neck and shoulders, chin strap, waist band, loin cloth, back apron -- all incised with geometric designs. Spout at left side of helmet. In very good condition, visible repaired break line around neck.
Robert & Carolyn Nelson Collection
Joan Barist Primitive Art, New York, NY
Height: 15 inches
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000.
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