BENEFIT SALE: Sculpture/Carving

Email with the item number(s) you wish to purchase. Please include your phone number so we can call you to verify the order, the final tally, and method of payment. Your email provides us with a verifiable first-come-first-served queue. Pick up or delivery possible. Shipping fees, if necessary, will be added to final amount. Payment can be by check or credit card.

We add new items as we receive new donations. Check back regularly!

Darlene Lizarraga
Marketing Office
Arizona State Museum
PO Box 210026
Tucson, AZ  85721-0026

Checks payable to "UA Foundation/ASM" with "benefit sale" in the memo line. No portion of your purchase is tax deductible. All sales final. You accept the inherent risk in shipping fragile items. You understand these are one-of-a-kind items that cannot be replaced and the purchase price/shipping costs will not be refunded.

This array of previously owned individual items and estate collections is donated throughout the year specifically to be sold for the benefit of ASM's ethnological collections. The Benefit Sale is produced annually by the Friends of the ASM Collections. Funds raised allow curators to make purchases that enhance the museum's ethnological collections, and help underwrite events and exhibits that share ASM collections with the public. Our great thanks to the members of the Benefit Sale Committee! 


Sculpture/Carving item #54
Yaqui mask made by Antonio Bacasewa
Vicam, Sonora, 1980
7.5X5.5 inches


Sculpture/Carving item #55
Yaqui mask made by Antonio Bacasewa
Vicam, Sonora, 1981
8X4.75 inches


Sculpture/Carving item #61
Yaqui mask made by Jose Guadalupe Flores
Tucson, Arizona
8.5X5.5 inches


Sculpture/Carving item #62
Yaqui mask made by Julian Murio
New Pascua, Tucson, Arizona, 1980s
6.75X5 inches


Sculpture/Carving item #66
Mayo mask made by Paco Gomez
7.5X6 inches


Sculpture/Carving item #70
Mayo mask 
7.5X5.5 inches


Sculpture/Carving item #71
Female (12" tall) and male (10.5"tall) figures
African, mostly wood, some metal
$40 for the pair


Sculpture/Carving item #72
Oaxacan carving by Inocencio Vasquez
Centaur, painted wood
9.75 inches tall, 10 inches at widest point
15 oz