Ceramic female votive, probably originating from the central part of the Indus Valley in Northern Pakistan.
Is typical of that civilization and shows ornaments. It is believed to date from the period from about 3000 to about 1500 B.C.
Has minor damage to headdress, seen from the left of the idol, and at the tip of the nose. Furthermore, the buttock is a bit rough, but not damaged. The condition is otherwise very good.
Is acquired in 2010 from the United States.
Will only be offered to residents of the EU. No export license is required for shipment between countries in the EU.
Although the importance of this piece is debatable, an export license must be requested if it is to be shipped anyway outside the European Union. This should be done via the heritage inspection of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. This can only be done after the sale and may take some time.
Will be shipped by registered and insured post.
- Indus Valley
- female votive
- 14 cm
- Century/ Timeframe
- 3.000 - 1.500 BC
- Damage, See Photo