Silver male deity statue, Peruvian.

Made:
1301-1550 in Peru
Silver male deity statue, Peruvian. (statues) Silver male deity statue, Peruvian. (statues) Silver male deity statue, Peruvian. (statues) SMG00168252

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SMG00168252
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Silver statue, in the form of a male deity, with long ears and little bump in his left cheek indicating that he is chewing coca, Peruvian, c. 1301-1550

Details

Category:
Ethnography and Folk Medicine
Collection:
Sir Henry Wellcome's Museum Collection
Object Number:
A156323
Materials:
silver
type:
statues