This is the classic Nahualá’s bull mask with a scorpion symbol painted on the forehead. The black background is highlighted by a white section that together with the beautiful black painted eyes and leather ear gives the piece a special look. Black, red and white wooden horns are attached to the piece. The black snout has red painted details to represent both, nose and mouth. 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: Nahualá, Sololá
Materials: Wood and leather
Use: Bull Dance, Patzcar’s Dance
Technique: Hand carved at a Morería
Size: Approximately 9” x 12” x 9” (horns and ears included)