Aztec Stone Monument of Quetzalcoal, Mexico City area, ca AD 1300-1490
A monumental Aztec sculpture of the God Quetzalcoal. A feathered serpent revered for his ability to inhabit the duel cosmos of Earth and Sky. The mouth open wide showing fangs with a scrolling forked tongue. The body tightly coiled with a highly developed rattle. Carved from a high quality granite. Length 14 1/4" height 10 1/2". 56 lbs. Rare opportunity. Stoetzer COA Report.