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These bright red wooden diablitos or "little devils" were carved and painted by the Hernandez family in the small wood carving village of San Martin Tilcajete, Oaxaca. The wood is copal, native to the Oaxaca area. The aniline paint colors are bright and well coordinated. The tails and mezcal bottles are removable for easier shipping. Whimsical. Unsigned.
One of a kind.
state of origin: Oaxaca dimensions: Small is approx 5.5" tall, including the horns Large is approx 6.5" tall with horns