A superb late 19th century Guatemalan ceremonial dance mask, a 'Vaquero' (cowboy) from the Conquest Dance. This colorful dance mask has been well used as evidenced by the innumerable paint layers on the exterior surfaces and the lustrous surface patina on the interior surfaces. Their are several hand carved markings - MC for the moreria mark of Miguel Chuc, together with the moreria inventory number, 192. A second set of illegible initials on the opposite side has been defaced.
The tag is inscribed: 'El Moreno. Made by the grandfather of Miguel Chuc. San Miguel Totonicapan.
Dimensions: approximately 8 inches x 5 inches.
Condition: excellent wear and surface patina. Old native repair on interior surface.
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