London, South Kensington
15 May 2002
A LARGE AMLASH POTTERY FEMALE IDOL
EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.
Hollow, standing naked with arms curved in front with hands resting under her breasts, tall cylindrical neck and broad circular face with prominent nose and incised concentric eyes, with twin-pierced ears, wearing an open triple-tiered headdress with zigzag decoration, her hair falling in long incised locks behind, fingers and bracelets indicated, concentric circles on shoulders, knees and navel, with cylindrical legs and broad hips and buttocks, repaired
17 in. (43.1 cm.) high
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A Thermoluminescence Analysis Report from Oxford Authentication Ltd. (no. N199r87) accompanies this lot.
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