CANDELABRA WITH MUSICIANS
We introduce a singular piece because it combines two traditions: the Andean and the Spanish, both of which coexist in current Peru, and his origin is in the Inca city of Ayacuch, in the middle of the Andes. It is a popular figura that represents the musicians that play in honour of god Wiracocha. It is made with clay, and in fact it is a candelabra with four arms, being everyone a musician playing a different instrument.
With a technique apparently childish, that recall the naïf movement, it manages to transmit the feeling of a timeless instant, repeated in the latest centuries with unaltered characters.
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22cm H x 25cm W x 8cm D (8.7" H x 9.8" W x 3.1 D). Weight is 1.4Kg (3 pound). Package weight is 3Kg (6.6Kg)