Clay figurine, reddish, squatting, hole through neck, one foot.
Raven from the Haida Tribe Pacific Northwest Coast Indian Motif. Print by C.B. Greul. Black and white print.
Painted to resemble a fish, red with yellow, black, blue, and white scales.
'Nipa' house model. Made of wood and paper, ladder leading to porch and door, three windows, surrounded by fence, natural wood.
Wooden statue carved with decoration and with face and spines on front and some red paint apparent. Some spines worn and broken.
Hand molded, native costume, no glaze, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Archaic ceramic head with headdress and angular double holed eyes. Protruding nose and incised mouth and ears. Red color.
2 piece molded papier mache. White with blue matsue nodder head. Painted ram features. Marked 'Japan'.
A small Columbian figure of perhaps a god or idol.
Stylized earthenware, glazed, gray boy with blue, green, rust, and black face and floral detcorations. From Tonala, Mexico
Fragment. Facial features and partial body present. Wearing necklace. Identification at top of head at corner. Dark reddish-brown.
Kneeling female figure nursing child, 1 bracelet on each bicep, skirt or wrapping, earrings, inset eyes, trace of yellow coloring.
Natural gourd, carved design, brown, holes in top and bottom (Design in low relief).
Green stone, sculpted face, oval shape, outline of features and on crown of hat, smiling
Pottery figure, valley of Mexico Civilization. Stylized, pinkish color, slightly hollowed.
A fragment of a stylized human figure, i.e., upraised arm with a raised geometric form at elbow.
Distinct facial features, eyes are encircled, wearing headpiece, scale-like molds appear on forehead.
Plaster model of 12' H. monument brought out of the jungles of Piedras Negras, Guatemala in 1932. Carvings show bound prisoners awaiting sacrifice by priest. Maya, A.D. 795.
Bull figure painted with multi-colored designs.
Rust, brown, and cream bands, scrolled pattern center band.