Kukulkan in Colors

Handcrafted Signed Papier Mache Mexican Plumed Serpent Mask

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SKU: 271499
The feathered serpent of Mesoamerican legend has a human face and a bird perches on his head. To the Maya, he was Kukulkan while the Aztecs called him Quetzalcoatl and in Yucatán he was known as Tepeu Kukumaz. Morneo depicts his own interpretation of the pre-Hispanic deity in bright psychedelic colors. The Mexican artisan works in papier-maché, crafting and painting the signature mask by hand.
  • Papier mache, polyester ribbon
  • 0.66 lbs
  • 12.3 inches H x 10.8 inches W x 7.8 inches D
  • Made in Mexico

1 Review

  • 5
    An excellent decorative piece

    Posted by Carina on Nov 1st 2020

    It is impressive the mask design and more dramatic are the colors. It is a focus of attention. Love it.