|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from J. Laporte, 1929|
|Other Number:||145 - Other Number|
Wooden mask colored black. Headpiece is a winged bird. Below the chest of the bird is a bulbous forehead with the diamond shape in the center. Thin rectangle and semicicle flank the forehead and eye part of the face. Above the eye slits are two swollen brow regions, but no specific brows. The nose is a natural length. Mouth protrudes and is open. There are series of two ad three lines carved on the cheeks, the semi-circles, the forehead, and on the bird's chest. Always mirrored on either side of the face.
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