This is an Indus Valley Terracotta Votive Figurine of a Fertility Goddess, c. 2700 to 2000 B.C. A terracotta figurine with an elaborate headdress, spiral decoration to the body, large earrings and a necklace. Provenance: From the family collection of a London collector; formerly acquired in the late 1950s-60s. The artefact is in very fine condition and measures 176mm tall.

Cf. The Indus Valley Civilization was rediscovered in 1920-21 when engraved seals were unearthed in the Punjab province of Pakistan at a site called Harappa, a name which is often used to describe the civilization as a whole.

Price: 220.00

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Indus Valley Terracotta Figure. NP Collectables
A378 Indus Valley Terracotta Figure
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