COYOTE #191

COYOTE #191

$1,690

E´ekatl/Coyote (wind) Creator of the spirit.

In the Zapotec culture it is thought that Quetzalcoatl reigned in the coyote, that he is the god of winds and whirlwinds

The order, discipline and success characterizes the people who belong to this tona, are people who do not tolerate turbid situations, double meanings or lies, they are also enemies of mediocrity and lovers of total surrender

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Description

The tonas have very colorful and striking colors in pure Oaxacan style, this beautiful coyote is decorated with blue, purple and green tones.

In it we find surprising Zapotec patterns with different meanings, such as: Respect, work, town and worship, to name a few.

Meanings of the tona in this piece: Order, discipline, success.

This art piece is without a doubt an excellent company for those who share the characteristics of this tona.

Additional information

Dimensions 34 × 15.5 × 26.5 cm

Oaxacan crafts from the Jacobo and María Ángeles Workshop. Crafts carved in a single piece of white copal wood with tools and ancient techniques of the Zapotec culture.

Made of white Copal wood. (Bursera Bipinnata DC Engl).

Jacobo & María Ángeles Workshop San Martín Tilcajete, Oaxaca, 2018 (Includes autenticity certificate).