(2500 B.C- 200 A.D) This elegant piece in the form of a fish belonged to the talented, multifaceted artist “Miguel Covarrubias”. This work highlights the Olmec traditional technique of using polished black clay. The artists left the stomach and its fins without polishing, so the contrasting textures would embellish the object. HANDCRAFTED REPLICA USING ANCESTRAL TECNIQUES.
|PROVENANCE||Tlatilco, Estado de México|
|MEASUREMENTS||L 6 " W 5.3" H 5.5"|
|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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