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A Divine Figure, Vietnam, 12th-13th century. LACMA

Head of Shiva (lingakosha). Vietnam (Champa, probably Quang Nam Province), late 9th–10th century © 2000–2012 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Vietnam, Head of Boddhisattva Avalokiteshvara, 10th C. (My Son A1 Style). Features are the third eye and seated buddha in his crown.

Yuhuchun vase. Vietnam, Lê dynasty (15th – 16th century). Bands of alternating floral designs and sea waves painted in underglaze-cobalt, chocolate base. H. 28,10 cm. Tokyo, National Museum, TG-2222 ©2004-2013 Tokyo National Museum

A fine Champa bronze earring with four-sided image of a fish. Champa Kingdom, circa 12th-13th century A.D. Vietnam

Pair of lovely Champa silver earrings in turning bolt form in interlocking sections. Circa 3rd to 7th century A.D. Vietnam

Figure platter Wed Kayama blue flowers Vietnam, 15th-16th c. National Museum of Tokyo. Not familiar with this period. It strikes me as having Islamic influence; perhaps for export?

Head of an Attendant Bodhisattva Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550–577) Date: ca. 565–75 Culture: China Medium: Limestone with pigment

Mask. See too the following site for additional African mask images and information:

Bad link here, so not able to credit, but beautiful!