Edgbaston, Birmingham

This interesting figure - just 27 cms high - was dug up in a suburban garden in Edgbaston in 2006,
along with Victorian/Edwardian quarry-tiles and a pseudo-African head
typical of those carved by people who had been impressed by the vigour of African sculpture.
The back is uncarved except for a groove at the base roughly indicating a buttocks-cleft.
This figure very likely dates from about 1870 to 1930.

photo by courtesy of John Harding

The Kilpeck (Herefordshire) exhibitionist.

Compare also the exhibitionist at Ballyfinboy Castle, county Tipperary
-which seems also to have a protruding tongue.