The ‘Water-Lily’ Jaguar design, found at the ancient Maya site of Copan, is sculpted in cast stone.  With the look of carved and pecked limestone this reproduction functions as a great stepping stone or a beautiful addition to an exotic setting.

The Water-Lily Jaguar is an anthropomorphic form of an important Maya god.  His special attribute is a water-lily atop his head, which may reflect the jaguar’s love of water.  This jaguar god moves and acts like a human.  His necklace is called a death eye collar and is part of his attire for the sacrificial death dance.  The Water-Lily Jaguar is a significant character in Maya narrative artwork


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