Jaguar Warrior and Huehuetl

Unique Aztec Museum Replica Ceramic Sculpture

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SKU: 203969
Trained in warfare as well as in mystical arts, a jaguar warrior plays the sacred huehuetl drum in a sculpture by Angel Cerón. This highly detailed replica is inspired by an original drum found in Malinalco, where warriors trained in spirituality, and attributed to the Aztec-Mixtec era of 1321-1521 AD. Carved from a hollowed-out tree trunk, the original huehuetl is decorated with unique iconography that has yet to be deciphered satisfactorily. The beat of the drum is believed by some to convey a message: 'We are all one, and one is everyone.'
  • Ceramic
  • 0.88 lbs
  • 9 inches H x 3.9 inches W x 3 inches D
  • Made in Mexico

1 Review

  • 5
    Great addition to my collection

    Posted by Thomas on Jul 8th 2017

    Very well done, fits in nicely with all other pieces of my Inca, Maya and Aztec collection that I have accumulated during my travels in Latin America.