Huichol Art Sculpture - Winged Jaguar with Snake - Tatewari

$ 330,000.00 MXN

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  • ◇ Technique: 11/0 glass bead pressed with epoxy glue on copal wood carving.

    ◇ Dimensions: 50 x 148 x 80 cm. - 20 x 58.5 x 32in.

    ◇ Wood carving drying time: 2 years.

    ◇ Preparation time: 1 year 7 months.

    ◇ Authorship: Sergio Bautista and Norma López.

    Unique piece. Includes certificate of authenticity.

    Tatewari, this sculpture made by the Wixaritari masters of the Bautista de la Cruz family in more than half a million Czechoslovakian crystals on a giant copal wood alebrije, is currently displayed in our gallery.

    Tatewari – our grandfather fire – is represented by the voice of the jaguar and the snake that is elevated with the help of our mother golden eagle so that our requests reach the father sun and all the deities also represented in this work by the symbols of our worldview.

    A sculpture that is related to praying for rain and the preservation of the Wixárika custom.

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    ◇ Includes insurance in case of damage, theft or loss.

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