Huichol Turtle Statue - Handmade Mexican Folk Art Sculpture, Wixarika Decorative Figure, Made of Resin and Beads

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Materials: Beads, Resin
Width: 3.93 inches
Height: 3.93 inches

Dive into the vibrant world of Wixárika Huichol bead art with our meticulously handcrafted Turtle Figurine. Representing the rich tapestry of Mexican folk art, this piece is the creation of indigenous Mexican artisans who have breathed life into traditional techniques and symbolic motifs of their culture.

🎨 Mexican Art: This piece is a true reflection of the artistic heritage of Mexico.

✋ Handmade: Our indigenous Mexican artisans carefully apply each bead.

📐 Dimensions: This compact piece measures 2.8” wide x 3.8” long.

Adorned with crystal micro beads on a sturdy resin base, this sculpture encapsulates the sacred cosmology of the Wixárika people. Each pattern, each color, carries a profound meaning that intertwines nature and spirituality.

🌍 Made in Mexico: Proudly crafted by indigenous artisans.

🖌 Technique: Traditional crystal beadwork on resin.

🌟 Unique piece: Own a piece of art with global appeal.

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Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing world of Wixárika Huichol bead art, a traditional art form practiced by the Wixárika people of western Mexico. This intricate craft involves the application of small glass or plastic beads on a surface using beeswax or resin as adhesive. The designs are deeply symbolic, reflecting the cosmology and spiritual beliefs of the Wixárika people. Each piece requires hours or even days to complete, making it a labor-intensive process. Now internationally recognized, this art form is sold in markets and galleries throughout Mexico and beyond.

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