Tuccata, Sawankhalok.


  • Tuccata“, a celadon-coated light-glazed terracotta votive figure of a woman carrying a child, found in the rice fields.
  • Restoration of the head: The head was separated from the body and thrown into nature during births to appease evil spirits and protect the newborn.
  • (Siam)Thailand, Sawankhalok, Sukhothai 14th/16th century.
  • H 9 cm x W 5 cm x D 4 cm
  • Provenance, estate of Asian art collector and dealer Claude de Marteau.

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