|Circa 400 to 600 AD.|
Green stone carved figure incised arms at sides, differentiated legs and headband, triangular nose, slit eyes and earspools. Originally probably was inlaid.
|Location of Origin: Latin America|
|Dimensions: 8-1/4 inches H. + custom mount.|
|Primary Classification: African Artwork, Ethnographic & Tribal Arts : Latin American|
|Secondary Classification: Ancient Art, Antiquities : Pre-Columbian Antiquities|
|Now ruined, Teotihuacan was once the most populous city in Mesoamerica and its people exerted widespread political, economic, and artistic influence|
|Provenance: Ex NYC designer Irving Gilbert collection.|
|Price:||Item has been sold.|
|Offered By:||Items for sale from dealers we worked with previously|
121 Mount Vernon, Boston, MA 02108 USA
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