Collar with ancient clay goddess of Mohenjo Daro culture ( 2700 - 2500 b.c.e.), ancient glass and clay beads, modern onyx and 14k gold.
The majority of terra-cotta human figurines from the Indus Civilization are female. Despite some common stylistic attributes each one of the figurines is different. While some of the figurines probably represent ordinary and elite women, many may also represent local goddesses to whom people offered prayers.