Brown painted bull mask with beige and black details decorated with real bull horns. Blood on the top of both horns and the licking tongue are signs of the animal’s fury. The black painted nose and eyes sections are highlighted with low relieve details. Notice the two carved-in holes in the forehead that enable the dancer to see. Patina on the back denotes use. Please notice that the price includes FREE USPS Shipping.
Age: Approximately carved in the 1940’s.
Ethnic Group: K’iché
Origin: San Cristobal, Totonicapán
Use: Bull Dance, Mexican’s Dance
Technique: hand carved at a Morería
Size: Approximately 10” x 12” x 11” (horns included)