Dancer doll- AZTEC

  • Reference: EDNA1054
  • Origin: Mexico
  • Period: Circa 1960
  • Height: 16 cm
  • Materials: Velvet, cotton, glass beads, leather, paper, feathers.
  • Price: 50€

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Description


This male doll represents one of the dancers of the “Azteca Danza”, his costume depicts the fastuous outfits which used to be worn at the time of the Aztec empire, just before the “Spanish Conquista” dominated the Aztec civilization.

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