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Early Mexican Carved Wooden Friar/ Santos - 18th C

Mexico, Spanish Colonial period, 18th century CE. A carved wooden santo or friar, short and a little portly, wearing a well-painted cloak and with a smiling expression on his face. Perhaps once a decorative element in a home or small church. Size: 4.75" W x 12.2" H (12.1 cm x 31 cm)

Condition: Age wear to wood, with large but stable split to wooden base; arms are missing.

Provenance: Ex - Collection of Deacon K. Giacone

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