A fantastic early 20th century Mexican alligator mask from the Rio Balsas region in Guerrero. This colorful mask, decorated all over in red, yellow, green and black, was skillfully carved from the wood of a pinoche tree. The walls of the mask are unbelievably thin, and amazingly, unbroken and complete. From the 'Caiman' dance. Circa 1930's / 1940's.
From the Donald Cordy collection.
Dimensions: 9 inches x 6 inches.
Condition: in overall excellent, original condition.
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