Huichol Beaded Mask with Sacred Symbols of Peyote, Deer & Scorpion

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This beaded mask was crafted by Huichol or Wirrarika indigenous people from Mexico. They learn their craft as children from their elder and they represent sacred figures such as the ones in this mask: The peyote, the deer and the scorpion can be clearly appreciated. The mask is made of wood, then they cover it with bees wax and finally, they attach bead by bead with no previous design, only their own creativity and talent guides them. Huichol art has a special place in Mexico's Folk art and traditions.

HEIGHT 1.7 cm / .66 In. 
LENGHT 21.1 cm /  8.3 In.
WIDTH 12.5 cm / 4.9 In.
APROX. WEIGHT 172 gr / 6.05 Oz.
MADE OF Wood, bees wax & beads
REGION Jalisco & Nayarit, Mexico
ETHNIC GROUP Huichol / Wirrarika Indian
SKU HA1608
CARE Avoid heat, clean with a soft dry cloth.