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|Credit Line:||Purchased from Kelekian, 1917|
Wooden mask colored black. Forehead slopes out to a rounded point at the top. Bulging eyes with long narrow slits. Left upper lid is broken off. Cone shaped nose with nostril hole. Thick lips showing a small tongue. Chin drops away at a ninety degree angle. There are perforations for attchments of fringe or a beard. Ther are marks around the forehead and down the center of it with the indentations of tacks.
|[Journal] Hall, Henry U. "Fetish Figures of Equatorial Africa" Vol.: Vol. XI, No. 1. : Page/Fig./Plate: 37||View Objects related to this Bibliographic Reference|
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