Lunt-Tane Galleries STERLING God Xochipilli statue

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 08,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
Ryan's Relics Auction's This auction is for a really neat Lunt Galleries Sterling Silver God Xochipilli figural statue & wooden base with plaque. This is made in Mexico, issue #241. This figure is of Mexica culture - postclassic period 1450AD - 1521AD. "The Aztec Prince of Flowers. God of Love, music, song and games. Basaltic stone statuc from Tenochtitlan, Statue in Mexico. Original height with base 45". This figure sits on a black polished stone base and on top of a wooden base. Its a heavy little figure, several ounces. I have no way to weigh the silver as its attatched to the stone base. The figure alone measures 2.5" in height. Overall with the base this measures just under 5" in height. The base measurements is 4.25" X 4.25". A great piece! Thanks for looking!
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