(2500 B.C - 200 A.D) One of the principal elements from the Olmec Culture is the representations of a fat guy with a young boy´s face. The archeologists called it “child’s face”. In correspondence to the face, these archeologists decided to preserve the cream color used to cover the face and the body. The hair was represented in red, with grind incision lines. HANDCRAFTED REPLICA USING ANCESTRAL TECNIQUES.
|MEASUREMENTS||L 6 " W 4.7" H 4"|
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