Three Central and South American figurines, circa 100 – 1500
Works of Art, Antiquities | A83kua | Live auction | 712 Lots
DescriptionFlat male figure of basalt stone, the ears pierced, the nose protruding. Intact. Height 18 cm. Massive Quimbaya figure of a seated man, hands on his knees. Typical flat rectangular design. Intact. Height 17.5 cm. Head of a terracotta figure with high bonnet. Bright clay. Broken at the neck. Flaking over the forehead. Height 12.5 cm, with base 22 cm.
Provenance: Southern German collection, taken over from the father. Acquired by the father in South and Central America in the 1960s and early 1970s.
Condition: II - Questions about the lot?