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Jade bust of Quetzalcoatl Aztec 1350 to 1521 Mexico

Jade Mask found inside Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan in Mexico.

Ceremonial Handle (?), 9th–13th century Mexico; Toltec, Jade (jadeite/omphacite)

Head Pendant, 6th–9th century Mexico or Guatemala; Maya Jade (jadeite)

Teotihuacan Serpentine Mask with Stucco, Pyrite, Jade, and Shell Detailing by Ancient Art, via Flickr. Mexico

Chalchihuitlicue Her name means jade or turquoise skirt in Nahuatl and she's also the patroness of childbirth. Makes sense, water and chidbirht.The view of her back gives a clear view of the Aztec regalia