Mañor Mask


1 in stock

Artist: Louis Valenzuela

Learn more about Louis David Valenzuela

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The Mañor mask represents the “Greeter” (aka the Primary Traditional Speaker) of any traditional event that is taken place within the community or surrounding areas. The mask is identified with side burns.

  • Dimension: 8″ length and 5″ width
  • Type of wood: Chilicote (Red coral tree) from Rio Yaqui in Vicam
  • Colors: Acrylic paints of black represents death that everyone goes through, white represents the candle lighting of human life, also Christ’s robe for dying to bring us life and red represents the blood of Christ and bloodshed in the Yaqui & Mexican Revolution.
  • Symbol: Triangles (under eyes) represents tear drops of our people who we lost in battles and raindrops, cross represents the Creator, the Father & Son and four directions, and flower represents the blessings of the Enchanted World toward the Spirit of the Deer.
  • Other: Horsehair is used for the eyebrows, side of the temples and bottom of the chin which are stitched in.

Note: Every mask that is purchase comes with a story booklet that describes the mask and meaning of symbols that are painted, including artist original signature.


Pick up is available for local purchases. Please indicate that you would like to pick up in person in the Order Notes.