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Aztec Pre-Columbian Teotihuacan mask with snake

3 500 €

About

Large Aztec sculpture mask, pre-Columbian face from Teotihuacan crossed by a sinuous snake incised and painted in red. Decoration of painted eyespots on the right cheek and hatches on the nose, two fixing holes on the front. Teotihuacan art, III-VIth century AD.

Characteristics

  • Time:3rd century
  • Origin:Mexico
  • Material or technique:Terracotta
  • Sizes:19 x 18 x 7 cm (Width x Height x Depth)
  • Reference:822

Conservation status

Really good condition

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