Huichol Mask made by Señor Cristobal Bautista from the state of Jalisco, Mexico.
El Señor Cristobal has been making chaquiradocrafts since he was 7, a tradition that has been passed from generations and is the most recognized representation of Huichol culture.
Chaquirado is achieved by painstakingly, placing tiny colorful beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper mache wolf mask.
Meaning of symbols:
Flowers found on Peyote Cactus, which is used for religious ceremonies
Candle: Offerings to the god
Iguana: Eyes of the spirits
Deer: Messenger of God
As with any handmade item, it might have slight inconsistencies which adds to their charm and makes every item special.