Seller: gordion (345) 100%, Location: Nepean, Ontario, Ships to: US, 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. • Customs, duty, tax etc are responsibility of the buyer.