Forgery; fired clay standing figurine; lower part crudely carved to resemble four fingers; upper part shows head, slightly tilted to the right; right arm across the body; flat scored base; fired to patchy yellow or grey colour.

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Thing

Made Of
fired clay
Type of Thing
figurine, forgery
Exhibition History
Exhibited: Enlightenment gallery, from Nov 2003.
Techniques
carved

People

Acquired From
Rich, Mary to The British Museum

Place

Found In
Iraq
In Gallery
G1/fc15i/top/left
Made In
Iraq

Time

Acquired In
1825
Made
19thC

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