Anthropomorphic jar

H45, 35 x 35cm
Stoneware, engobe, gold

The Anthropomorphic Jar is a ceramic piece inspired by pre-Columbian Quimbaya figurative ceramics, known for their stylized human figures often used in ceremonial contexts. This sculpture is coated with a purplish-red engobe, a pigment derived from red ocher often found in South American ceramic decorations and it features a 24K gold nose ring.

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