(2500 B.C - 200 A.D) In old Mexico, one of the most known dog breed was called “xoloitzcuintli”, recognized for being a hairless creature. This piece represents the animal holding a corncob in its mouth, as a symbol of gratitude for their corn cultivations. HANDCRAFTED REPLICA USING ANCESTRAL TECNIQUES.
|CULTURE||Tumbas de Tiro|
|MEASUREMENTS||L 11.4 " W 5.6" H 7.6"|
|CONSIDERATIONS||Our artisans talented handcrafting technique produces some variations in color, size and design. All handcrafted pieces are completely unique, if acquiring two of the same, slight differences should be expected. Color divergence may occur between product and screen.|
|SHIPPING COURSE||If not in stock, allow 4-6 weeks for shipping|
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