Indus Valley Terracotta Painted Bull Idol

Description
Indus Valley Terracotta Painted Bull Idol
Ca. 3000-2000 BC

Ca. 3000-2000 BC Charming Indus Valley terracotta Zebu bull standing on four, short conical legs. Bull has a large hump and impressive pair of horns. Painted face, horns and rest of the body. The bull symbolize strength and virility. Size: L:57mm / W:83mm ; 90g Restored. Provenance: Obtained from a B.C.; formerly acquired on the UK art market before the 1960s. All Items sold by Pax Romana Auctions come with a professional Certificate of Authenticity.

Lot details
Culture
Indus Valley
Material
Terracotta
Object
Painted Bull Idol
Century/ Timeframe
Ca. 3000-2000 BC
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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