Traditional Huichol Art, Man of Beads, Found in Mexico City, Mexico
This colorful beaded sculpture is made by a traditional Huichol craftsman.
The Huichol people are an indigenous people famous for their beadwork.
This beaded man is carved out of wood, covered in bees wax and finished with pearls that are applied by hand into an intricate mosaic-style pattern.
Care instruction: Due to the fragile nature of beeswax we advise you to avoid prolonged contact with direct sunlight or any heat source. This to prevent your beaded man from melting.
Found by E-O in Mexico City, Mexico.
11cm (Length) x 8cm (Width) x 33cm (Height)