Long before any other Oaxacan subjects were explored in Arrazola a handful of carvers created toads to sell as good luck charms. The arms crossed are a tradition that evolved from the luck not leaving the sapo but recycling. 

• Unequivocally Carved by Hand and Skillfully Sanded
• Assiduously Painted With Brushes
• Signed by the Artist
• Bona fide Oaxacan Carving made from prized Copal Wood
• Single Piece Carving 
• Origin of This Carving is the village of Arrazola
• Distinguished Indian Heritage One of a Kind Mexican Folk Art

Dimensions Approx. 5" L x 2 1/2" wide (small-medium)