A well-made pottery fragment depicting a face with large earrings and a feathered head dress. Some residue of white paint remains so it was originally colored. The nose and the top of the headdress are broken off. It is slim with a smooth back possibly hinted to its use as a decoration on a cup or some other vessel. Shakily attributed to the Veracruz Culture of eastern Mexico on the Gulf of Mexico that were dominant in the area from 100 - 1000 CE. They were succeeded by the Totonac, who were in place when the Spanish arrived.