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Ornament; made of painted and varnished pottery; frame (with top absent) painted red outside, with blue and yellow markings, green inside; loop of pottery, painted orange with blue and yellow markings, at top for hanging; frame contains pottery masks of dancers from the "Danza de los Tastoanes". Top row, left to right: green with pink horns, brown with white beard, green with blue horns, blue with hooked nose; 2nd row left to right: black with yellow fish tail on forehead, blue with beige horns, green with red ears, blue with pink eyebrows and ears; 3rd row left to right: green with orange snake on nose, yellow with orange eyebrows, brown with yellow eyebrows, red with yellow eyebrows; 4th row left to right: salmon with black eyebrows, pink with yellow horns, brown with big teeth, white with green snake.
- Made in: Santa Cruz de las Huertas
- (Americas,North America,Mexico,Jalisco (state),Santa Cruz de las Huertas)
- Height: 28 centimetres
- Width: 22 centimetres
- Depth: 4 centimetres
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: ESA76977
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