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    Decorated with glyphs a skull stares toward the future from the pre-Hispanic past. Angel Ceron creates a somber image inspired by the tzompantli altars where the skulls of sacrificial victims were displayed. Seen in the Toltec Mixtec and Maya cultures the tzompantli is related principally to the Aztec or Mexica. They are depicted in the Ramirez Codex and early historians report six tzompantli in Tenochtitlan the Mexica capital.
  • NOVICA Handmade Aztec Skull Ceramic Day of the Dead Sculpture
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    Decorated with glyphs a skull stares toward the future from the pre-Hispanic past. Angel Ceron creates a somber image inspired by the tzompantli altars where the skulls of sacrificial victims were displayed. Seen in the Toltec Mixtec and Maya cultures the tzompantli is related principally to the Aztec or Mexica. They are depicted in the Ramirez Codex and early historians report six tzompantli in Tenochtitlan the Mexica capital.
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  • NOVICA Mexican Aztec War God Archaeological Ceramic Sculpture
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    Huitzilopochtli the Aztec god of sun and war appears in colorful regalia in this ceramic sculpture by Angel Ceron. He is inspired by the images of the legendary deity featured in the Mexica Codex for the original sculpture was said to have been destroyed by a Spanish soldier and was rescued by a Tlatolatl. The statue reappeared in 1530 during an investigation by Bishop Zumarraga only to be lost again. It is speculated to be safely hidden in a cave somewhere in the Anahuac Valley. Huitzilopochtli was represented as a hummingbird as it was believed that great warriors are reborn as these birds. Huitzilopochtli is usually depicted with a feathered headdress a black face and a scepter shaped like a snake. Ceron sculpts the piece with yellow clay and uses natural dyes for color.
  • Flamant Home Interiors Bratt Elephant Box - Large
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    Store your trinkets in style with the Bratt elephant box from Flamant. With a plain glass base, it has a stylish brass coloured lid adorned with an elephant figurine. On-trend, this jar has a rustic look which adds to its charm and it is a fantastic addition to a bedroom or office. With a wide range of unique and unusual accessories available from Flamant, you can instantly update any space with the brand’s signature traditional chic. Key features: * Material: glass, metal * Dimensions: H26xD17cm * Plain glass jar with a brass coloured metal lid * Topped with an elephant sculpture * More decorative objects available from Flamant
  • NOVICA Wood sculpture
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    Her masked visage somber the Sanufo statuette watches over the home. This benevolent spirit protects a woman's marital happiness shielding her from any amorous temptation outside the marriage. A traditional Benin tribal fetish this handsome piece is crafted by Evans Doe Martey. } He carves the figure from sese wood and finishes it with polish. Red cotton thread and gray bead earrings adorn the statue. I brought to life a century-old practice of warding off and protecting women from polygamous lives the artist confides. To maintain the rich luster of the wood clean with a dry cloth only.
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  • Global Views Climbing Man Wall Mounted
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    Global Views delivers a chic sense of whimsy with the Climbing Man sculpture. Bearing stylish strength, the brass statue ascends the wall for a surprising statement. 4.5"W x 6.25"D x 43"H. Sandcast iron. Wall mounted. Hangs with screw directly into wall. Each sold separately.
  • NOVICA Collectible Aztec Ceramic Statuette Museum Replica
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    Angel Ceron reveals the presence of Chalchiuhtlicue as he works with clay extracted from the state of Oaxaca. Officially authorized to replicate pre-Hispanic museum pieces Ceron crafts a detailed statuette of this feminine deity the female companion of Tlaloc Aztec god of rain. The original is dated between 1325 and 1521 A.D. Chalchiuhtlicue is the goddess of lakes rivers fountains seas and oceans and thus the protector of sailors and is also known as She with the Jade Skirt symbolizing pure and crystalline running water. Chalchiuhtlicue is usually depicted holding a staff representing lightning and a bag of copal where clouds are formed. She is revered as the female principle of life and patron of midwives and newborns explains Ceron who though he has officially retired he continues to pursue his life-long passion for pre-Hispanic art.
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    The eye-catching Bungalow 5 Amadeo Sitting statues exude modernity. Atop black marble bases, these cast iron sculptures captivate with human figure silhouettes and gold leaf finishes. 5.5"W x 4.5"D x 5.75"H. Cast iron. Set of two.
  • NOVICA African Fertility Doll Sculpture from Africa
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  • NOVICA Aztec Dog Sculpture with Stand
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    Elisa Camarena sculpts the image of a dog sitting tight with its head turned upward. In pre-Hispanic Mexico the xoloitzcuintle dog was believed to accompany its master in death to aid the soul in crossing rivers of blood along the road of the dead. Camarena achieves the rugged porous textures of a rock carving with this vivid depiction. The signed piece stands on a pinewood base.

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