Overall: 12.2 cm (4 13/16 in.)
Gift of Edward B. Greene 1921.1711
This mother-and-child figurine may be a metaphor for generational continuity.
The hair of this hollow, mold-made, female figurine originally was arranged in two projections atop the head. She carries an identical, small figure interpreted as a child. Thus, the figurine may be a metaphor for generational continuity.
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