Throckmorton Fine Art

Ceremonial Mask
250-450 CE
H: 10 3/4 in. W: 11 in.


Though they vary in size, Teotihuacán masks are highly standardized: the top of the head is always squared off; the face is trapezoidal with squared ears, marked brow lines, open eyes, a prominent nose, and an open mouth with full lips. This spectacular example, a portrait mask is quite large, has a wonderful patina, and in almost pristine condition.

Throckmorton Fine Art

Throckmorton is among the foremost sources for important Latin American Contemporary and Vintage Photography, as well as for antique Pre-Columbian artworks, and Chinese Jade and Antiquities.

Spencer Throckmorton

Norberto Rivera
Sean Cleary

145 East 57th Street, 3rd Floor,
New York, NY 10022
United States