Female figure-CREATOR Mexican (Artist) PERIOD 1200-900 BC (Early Formative) MEDIUM earthenware, burnished slip paint (Sculpture) MEASUREMENTS H: 19 15/16 x W: 7 7/16 x D: 3 1/4 in. (50.7 x 18.9 x 8.2 cm) GEOGRAPHIES Puebla, Mexico .
Japanese ceramic figurines known as ‘Dogû’ (c.12,500-300 BC) Dogu are ceramic figures with animal or human features. They were produced using high quality pottery in a wide variety of shapes and sizes with curious decoration and intricate geometric designs. The figurines provide a tantalizing link to the mysterious yet remarkable Jômon people.