Peruvian Terracotta Pucara Bull Ceramic Cuzco Figure
Handmade and painted baby Pucara Bull bull boy. Unique on the Market! They Appeared in Pucara, Puno, during the colonial time under the intellectual conception of the magic religious culture and were born as a representation of the peasant’s ceremonies of cattle bearing. This artistic form has been inherited trough hundreds of generations sustained in the belief that it provides new marriages with fertility, prosperity, happiness and the protection of home. This is why the Pucara’s Bull are given as a wedding gift and couples usually place them on the roof of their houses as a symbol of these virtues.
Size: 10” L X 9.5” H x 5” W
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