Tiny Masks from Master Craftsmen (and women) of Oaxaca

These very small masks were carved in a small town outside of Oaxaca by the Xuana family. They are carved by the men and painted by the women. They are tiny–about 3.5″ tall– and the level of carving,  and then painting is really stunning. The color combinations and exquisite detail make these a perfect addition to your mask collection or if you don’t collect masks, but just like to look at cool things occasionally, this might be the way to go. There are 5 of them at GUILD right now, this blue one, two grey, one red and one yellow and they are all different animals. They are $55 each. Super awesome.

If you’re interested in which masks we have for sale on line, click here!

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