|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
Northeast Belgian Congo
|Culture Area:||Central Africa|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Sarah (Mrs. William D.) Frishmuth, 1900|
The mask is doubled, the features reduced to a few strokes. On the convexity of the tusk there is a lizard in low relief not quite opposite to, slightly above, the mouth piece on the other side. The latter is placed near the middle of the tusk and surrounded by a raised rim, lozenge-shaped, with its long axis directed transversely.
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