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Papua New Guinea, Aibom Village, Chambri Lakes (Sepik Region) effigy figural pottery handle-less vessel (or possibly, sago pot) with white painted heart shaped sculpted face with almond form eyes, nose with two circular nostrils and oblong mouth on a circular foot.

Japanese, late 19th/ early 20th century. A celadon glazed bottle form lidless pottery sake pot or flask with down turned spout to one side of bulbous form body, with averted neck and flared lip. Marked to underside with two impressed calligraphic marks within an oval cartouche.

A pre Columbian figural sculpture, likely of the Valdivia(4200-1500 BC) or Chorrera (900 BC - 200 AD) cultures, both of which were located in modern day Ecuador. The polychromed pottery sculpture depicts a standing figure wearing large domed headpiece and beaded necklace, with hands resting at waist level and standing square on two feet.

Man-in-the-Moon Garden Head, Antique White/eggshell

ManintheMoon Garden Head Antique White/eggshell by thefunnything, $60.00

Japanese (possibly Kofun period, circa 250-600 A.D.) Haniwa soldier head raised on a later tapered black wood base. Figural head with carved almond form eyes and wearing hat, nose broken off. Sculptural head likely originally from Iyo Shikoku.

Persian, circa 10th century AD. A pottery urn of globular form with an elongated cylindrical neck, having remnants of polychrome on interior and exterior including metallic copper and applied iridescence.

Wheel thrown, hand altered and sculpted ceramic yarn bowl. Just a friendly face to join you while you knit or crochet

Wheel thrown, hand altered and sculpted ceramic yarn bowl. Just a friendly face to join you while you knit or crochet...