Maman Saint Marie Laveau Soul Saving by Lateefah Wright


“Yellow fever couldn’t taint her, the love she made would surely saint her”

Stoneware musical sculpture and coin saver.

The scissors on one side signify Marie’s legendary hairdresser role in New Orleans. 1881 signifies the year of her mortal death. The coin slot at the top of her head is in relation to her success in her career, but she was known to be quite frugal.

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Marie stands at 13″ tall x 7″ wide and is approximately 6 pounds

9.45% sales tax applicable for all Louisiana sales. Any sales outside of Louisiana are not responsible for sales tax

“Old world eRotica, murderous madams, teratology, shadow puppets, plastination, metric systems, Anatomica, playing with dolls, the human condition, and enthralling cinema all entice me to work towards an ideal of the human form.” – Lateefah Wright


Additional information

Weight 96 oz
Dimensions 13 × 7 × 7 in