Price: $ 3,600.00
This classic late 19th century ceremonial dance mask from Guatemala represents Pedro de Alvarado, the infamous conquistador who under the command of Hernan Cortes conquered native civilizations in both Mexico and Guatemala.
Sculpted from clear Spanish cedar, this mask is is in its original condition with features that include hand blown glass eyes, expertly carved and adzed side walls and a rich polychrome painted surface with heavily fissured craquelure.
Dimensions: approximately 8 inches x 6 inches.
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