Neolithic Male Figurine
Very naturalistic figurine of a blind and crippled man. This terracotta male figurine belongs to the Neolithic period 6.000 B.C.
It is a replica of a discovery in the Neolithic lake settlement of Dispilio, in Kastoria-Greece. This fine museum quality replica is a unique “one of a kind ” ceramic reproduction made from clay originating from the same fields where the original was found to ensure the same “look and feel” as the actual piece. All paint decorations are also made replicating methods used by potters of the particular period.
Measurements: figurine:15cm h.
The figurine is installed on a black wooden base 5x5x7 cm h.
Each figurine is individually hand made, imperfections are to be expected and no two sculptures are alike and can never be reproduced to the exact same effect.
Shipped in presentation gift box.
Handmade in Kastoria (original discovery).