Handsome Jamacoaque individual sits on his buttocks, knees bent in front. He holds a round poporo (lime pot) in one hand and a spatula in the other. He wears a cloak over his chest and a long headdress on his head. Meticulously applied appliquéd over his apparels. He also wears earrings, nose ring and chin piece. Remnants of pale green pigment are still present on surface. Please note that the stick has been re-attached and restored. There is also restoration to some of the horns on the headdress. Nice deposits throughout. Manabi region, Ecuador. 500BC/500AD. Measures 8 1/2" high. Excellent example of Jamacoaque workmanship.