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Female Character of Juanegro Dance in the Huasteca region of the State of Veracruz Mexico.
Was worn by a dancer in 1960 for the dance of Juanegro depicting the struggle between two men. One was a wealthy Spanish hacienda owner and the other his foreman. They fought for the love of a woman. The Spaniard symbolizing the strong (Spain), triumphs over the weaker (Mexican) Juanegro.
This dance is part of the “Day of the Dead” Celebrations.
This mask and stand was purchased from a Gallery collection in 1993 and still has tag for $365 attached.

Reserved for nynike ....Rare Danced Mexican Dance Mask from 1960 Day of the Dead Celebration


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: wooden
  • Only ships within United States.
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