Huichol Beaded Cougar Mask, Mid-20th century, Mexico
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Huichol jaguar not woven, but beads attached with bee's wax
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Huichol Jaguar Mask. I want this!
Ceremonial Danza del Tigre mask, Zitlala, Guerrero, Mexico. The jaguar—as a symbol of the earth, rain, and fertility—did not die with the Conquest but ironically continues to die every year in the festivals in and through which the indigenous folk religion of Mesoamerica exists. This annual death is, as it always has been, representative of the death that precedes rebirth in the eternal cycle of life and death.
Jaguars in fierce combat during the celebration for the feast of the Holy Cross. Zitlala, Guerrero (Nahua), 1987. Photo: Ruth D. Lechuga from the book "Tigers, Devils, and the Dance of Life - Masks of Mexico" by Barbara Mauldin
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more recent jaguar mask, Mexico
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Tigre mask, Mexico
jaguar wooden mask
more recent jaguar mask, Mexico We have two of these!
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Máscara de jaguar
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vintage mask, Mexico