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Huichol Indian Art Skull

£150.00

Huichol Indian Art Skull made by hand by Peyote People in Mexico. The Huichol Indians live deep in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Western Mexico.

Description

We love this Huichol Indian Art Skull. Peyote People in Mexico make these exquisite beaded skulls. They reflect the finer examples of Huichol Indian art.

The Huichol Indians live deep in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Western Mexico.

Peyote People is a fair trade co-operative based in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – the home of the Huichol Indians.
Each skull is unique. The designs vary and will differ from the illustration. Please note this difference:the eye sockets are not filled with beads. To maintain this piece, please keep out of direct sunlight and away from heat sources.
The skull measures 14cm x 9cm and has a moveable jaw. However, it is also available in a larger version (20cm x 13cm).

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The British Museum was founded in 1753, the first national public museum in the world. From the beginning it granted free admission to all 'studious and curious persons'. Visitor numbers have grown from around 5,000 a year in the eighteenth century to nearly 6 million today.