Indus Valley Terracotta Figurine of a Fertility Goddess - Origin: Pakistan/Western India Circa: 2600 BC to 1900 BC. Interesting the headdress closely resembles the headresses of the plains indians of North America.
The figural and decorative black painting was done when the slip was still wet, giving a distinct, slightly blurry effect that is characteristic of ceramic ware produced at this time in the Bajaur Valley, at the Afghanistan border
Harappan, ca." The central ornament worn on the forehead of the famous "priest-king" sculpture from Mohenjo-daro appears to represent an eye bead, possibly made of gold with steatite inlay in the center.