Dimensions: 18,8 cm x 8,1 cm x 6,1 cm (HxWxD)
Origin: Ecuador, Guangala Culture
Age: 100 A.D. - 400 A.D.
This is a beautiful example of a pottery standing male ocarina figure. The arms are out at his sides and he has incised lines around his upper arms, legs, back, and neck, possibly representing either clothing, tattoos, scarification, or some combination of all of the above. He wears a smooth bag wig and has a whistle atop his head with vent holes on his back. This is a handmade, piece of pottery, with a burnished dark surface.
In very Good Condition; signs of age and wear.
This Object was purchased by me in March 2019.
Previously owned by E. Hulot, Belgium. Collected in the late 1960's.
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- Feine Guangala-Töpferei Ocarina-Figur
- Guter Zustand, mit Gebrauchsspuren