Height: 26 cm
Width: 14 cm
Interesting terracotta sculpture probably representing the Great African Goddess, represented in the form of a bust with a bowl for libations and a magical necklace of glass pearls (combination blue – yellow – white – blue – yellow – blue – blue), with embedded remains of libations of energy load. The figure corresponds to an important character, given the number of scarified tattoos (keloids) represented on the back and especially on the chest, where a child is represented, which teaches putting their hands on the belly.
The work is preserved intact, with the arms resting. It has some cranked in the bowl, on the head and at the base.
From private collection of Sam Hilu, from New York.