Majapahit pottery head with earrings, 15th century
Pottery head of a lady with high asymmetric hair style and large earrings.
6.5 cm high, with stand 15cm high
The Majapahit Empire controlled vast areas of South East Asia in the 14th-15th century from their kingdom in East Java.
The surviving pocket of this culture can be found on the island of Bali, where their art form can still be seen.
Provenance: Old Australian Collection, 20th century