This figure is handmade from Copal wood from the hills surrounding the Oaxacan Valley. It is hand-carved and painted in villages in the state of Oaxaca in Southern Mexico. This item is in the style of traditional Navajo bear depictions, but is not known to be made by a member of the Navajo Tribe.
This item measures 1.75" tall, 3" long and 0.75" wide. All measurements are approximate to the nearest 1/4", actual item may be slightly smaller or larger than stated.
This piece is signed Victorino Sosa V. on the bottom.
This is a brand new item. Please see photos provided for the best representation of condition.