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Aztec Jaguar Mask

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The jaguar played an important role in the culture and religion of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. Quick, agile, and powerful enough to take down the largest prey in the jungle, the jaguar is the largest of the big cats in the Americas, and one of the most efficient and aggressive predators.

For the ancient Olmec, Maya, and Aztec (Mexicas), the jaguar was a symbol of authority and one's prowess in hunting and battle, as well as an integral part of mythology and a powerful spirit companion for shamans.

Product Description

Unique piece, only 1 available

Hand carved in Mexico by decendants of the Aztec Expire of sun dryed wood

10" tall x 8" wide x 5" depth, weight = 2 lbs.

This is a hand made wood carving, slight imperfections may exist

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