According to the modeling and carving style, this jade figure head should be made from the late Neolithic period to the early Shang Dynasty. The material is a certain local jade, very heavy. There are brown misty soak-induced colors and weathering patterns. The edges are cut with edges and corners, but they are all polished and smooth.
The head is in the shape of an inverted trapezoid, with a flat top and no crown. There are a pair of perforations on the head to hang accessories.
Thick eyebrows and big eyes are protruding from the surface. The nose and cheekbones on both sides are higher than the chin. Mouth portrayed by a deep concave line. The overall facial features are three-dimensional and layered. The huge ears on both sides have ear piercing, which can be attached to the earrings.
This jade man’s head is rough and simple in craftsmanship, boldly magnificent, and has similarities with the sculptures of the Sanxingdui Ruins. It is worth collecting and studying.