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Incomplete figure, perhaps of a deity or Bodhisattva, turned to his right. The fillet encircling the hair above a border of spiral curls has a large disc at the side, and above the fillet the hair is drawn back in more or less straight grooves to a large, high chignon. The eyes are rounded with distinct upper lids and, above them, sharp edges form eyebrows. The nose is broad and the curved lips give the whole face a dreamy, smiling appearance. On both ears the earrings have a thick rounded hoop. Below the neck is a collar, and an uttarīya is draped over the left shoulder. Traces of red pigment are on the hairline, eyes, fillet, hair, lips, garment and ears.
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Diameter: 6.40 centimetres
Height: 9.90 centimetres
Width: 6.80 centimetres
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- 1.Stucco, broken, chipped and with vestiges of pigment.
2.Back on two planes, vertical behind shoulders and oblique behind head, indicating that figure was attached to a vertical and a raking plane.
3.Outer layer and core with small stones distinct.
4.In front, surface is generally discoloured to a dark tone.
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