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Remojadas Sculpture of a Seated Smiling Child - PF.0938
Origin: Mexico
Circa: 600 AD to 900 AD
Dimensions: 9.875" (25.1cm) high
Catalogue: V4
Collection: Pre-Columbian
Medium: Terracotta

Additional Information: Jewelry not included

Location: United States
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It has been suggested that the cheerful, carefree expression on the face of this figure is brought on by ritual intoxication, a drunkenness induced for the worship of the Gods. His delightful grin seems to put the whole universe in perspective; there is nothing known to man that can not be transcended by a smile. For whatever reason this charming fellow sees the world so happily, in his presence we cannot help but smile ourselves. - (PF.0938)


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