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. Rocio paints in the original Arrazola flame style and layers it atop two other patterns. Very few can do this miraculous method of pristine painting.

• 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)