Late 19th century Piggy bank
By the 15th century, terracotta piggy banks were made in all shapes and sizes. They were extremely common across all classes. Large numbers of them, most of them broken, have been excavated around the Majapahit capital of Wilwatikta (modern Trowulan).
There are several examples on display at the National Museum of Indonesia in Jakarta,this one has been join together from fragments by conservators.
18" x 23" x 20"
Terracotta Piggy Bank