Museum replica (s) MAYA KING OF TIKAL

Museum replica (s) MAYA KING OF TIKAL

Beautifully handcrafted of jade and stucco, this bold sculpture replicates a mask discovered in the ancient Maya city of Tikal. It was found in Tomb 160 and dates from 527 A.D. Such masks were placed in burials to be worn by the spirit of the deceased king in his journey through the underworld. Exquisitely crafted by Jade de Guatemala S.A. the museum replica included display stand, and it can also be displayed on the wall.

  • 73 kgs
  • 6 lbs
  • 5 cm H x 12.7 cm W x 11.43 cm D
  • 75" H x 5" W x 4.5" D
  • Jade, stucco,  and brass
  • Display stand included
  • Museum replica


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