The lucky frog, popular since the 1980s, has been a must-have souvenir for Lonely Planet travelers visiting Oaxaca city. Nowadays, it is less common, but the Xuana family still produces the traditional flowered type. Frogs/Ranas are seen as symbols of rain and a bountiful harvest, with the more frogs signifying more rain and hence, more corn. This unique piece is a timeless classic.

• Hand Carved and Attentively Sanded
• Adroitly Painted by Hand
• All In One Piece Carving
• Authentic Oaxacan Carving made from Prized Copal Wood
• Origin of This Carving is the village of San Martin Tilcajete
• One of a Kind Celebrated Mexican Folk Art

Dimensions Approx. 4" L x 2 1/2" wide (Small)

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