The God of Staffs is a major deity in Andean culture; he is known as Wiracocha in the Incan religion, and considered to be the creator of all things. He is typically pictured holding a staff in each hand, with fangs bared and claws splayed. Artisan Julio Sanchez from Peru pays tribute to the deity on this stunning jewelry chest. The chest is crafted from mohena wood and covered with hand-tooled leather. It features a top compartment with a mirror and three removable drawers.
- 4.6 lbs
- 8.75" H x 10.25" W x 6" D
- Mohena wood, MDF, leather, glass
- Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
- Made in Peru, ships from US