Guatemalan Bull Mask
Torito dance mask from Chichicastenango, purchased from mask carver two years ago. Measures 7-3/4” tall, 8-1/4“ wide and 7-3/4" deep. In excellent vintage condition. US (mainland) shipping/insurance included.
Vintage Diablo Mask
El Pacho Mask
El Pacho Mask from Tabasco, Mexico, made in 1970’s. Measures 7” tall, 5-7/8" wide and 4-1/2" deep. In good vintage condition. US (mainland) shipping/insurance included.
Wonderful Viejo Mask from Guerrero. 1960’s or older. Measures 9-1/2” tall, 6-1/4" wide and 4-1/2" deep. In great vintage condition. US (mainland) shipping/insurance included.
Mayo Fox Mask
Bright as Yellow, this Fox makes a striking statement on a wall. Carved head measures 9” tall, 6” wide and 5” deep. Does not include length of horse hair. In new condition. US (mainland) shipping/insurance included.
Barro Betus Mask
Clay Mask comes from the Jalisco town of Santa Cruz de la Huertas outside of Tonala; most famous for its “Fantasy Clay Art” produced by the Medrano and the Ortega families. This 4-3/4” tall, 4-1/2” wide, 4-1/2” deep clay mask is in excellent vintage condition. Most likely a Tastoan mini mask. US (mainland) shipping/insurance included.
Laquer Jaguar Mask
Beautiful mask most likely from the town of Olinala, Guerreo, Has older BANFOCO label on the inside. Measures 9” tall, 5-1/2” wide and 7-1/2” deep. In excellent, vintage condition. US (mainland) shipping/insurance included.
Jaguar Warrior Mask
Another creative Mayan Folk Art creation from the hand of Arturo Canhil and his family workshop in Chichicastenango. Arturo is incredibly gifted, learning the craft from his famous uncle and father. We support the family by purchasing folk art from them every year in Guatemala. In like new condition. Mask measures 12-1/4” tall ,7’’ wide and 5-3/8” deep.
US (mainland) shipping/insurance included.
Olay Popote Masterpiece
Rare and Stunning example of Mosiaco de Popote (Straw Mosiac) done by G. Olay. I cannot verify the exact Olay family member who created this beautiful depiction of a Mask Maker painting his creations in front of a Straw Mat. Folk Art paying home to another Folk Art craft twice. It doesn't get any better then that?!!! Mosiac was painstakingly restored and reframed with the direct caution of straw that had fallen off wax backing. It's most likely 100 years old or older? Acid free glue was used in process. The piece is not fully restored, We only re glued pieces that had fallen off. De-acidfication was applied to both sides of original board. Framer used sandwich technique to keep in frame. Because of its fragility, postage is not included on this one! The long hot Summer (especially here in Tucson) is brutal on packages, we do not feel comfortable mailing this piece thru your standard carriers. Please contact shop and I'm sure we can assist in delivery Popote piece to Tucson/Phoenix shipper you directly hire. We stronglyrecommend one who has expertise in field of shipping fragile wares and Art. Local Delivery is Free!