Seller: gordion (340) 100%, Location: Nepean, Ontario, Ships to: Americas, AU, Europe, JP, Item: 231558311663 Pre-Columbian, Chorrera Terracotta Standing Figure, 1300 to 300 B.C. Hollow figurine of standing nude man with circular ear spools, incised collar, with face & body painting, Finely burnished brown, red and black finishes. The helmet like treatment of the hair or the headdress is noteworthy. For related examples see: Ancient Ecuador; Culture, Clay and Creativity, 3000-300 B.C. Catalogue of an exhibit by Field Museum of Natural History, 1975 Lot 420 Period: 1300 B.C. to 300 B.C. Condition: Head re-attached to the body. Chip at the back of right foot. Dimension: 23.5 cm (9.25 inches) Terms & Conditions • All items are unconditionally Guaranteed to be Authentic as described and accompanied by an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity. • Customs, duty, tax etc are responsibility of the buyer. • We offer a 30 day no-question asked money-back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with this item, you can return it within 30 days. Full refund will be issued no question asked. Refund do not include the shipping costs. Buyer has to pay the return shipping cost. Refund will be issued after receiving the item back in the same condition as shipped to the buyer.