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Tribal Art - a Baule mask, elaborated plaited coiffure, scarified cheeks, 38cm long, Ivory Coast

Tribal Art - a Baule mask, elaborated plaited coiffure, scarified cheeks, long, Ivory Coast

Burning Man 2013 Mirror face

Visions of the Future: Burning Man 2013 Mirror face

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Death Mask - Day of the Dead Deadpool Mask - Dia De los Muertos Calavera Sugar Skull mask

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Tikar CIMIER Male Mask Ethnic Group: Tikar Country of origin : Cameroon Material : Bronze, raffia Approximate age : Early Century Dimensions :

"Kplekple bla" mask from Baule people of Côte d'Ivoire. via Zemanek-Münster Tribal Art Auction

'Goli' mask from the Baule people of the Ivory Coast. Wood and pigment.

Africa | Mask "kore" from the Marka people of Mali | wood, dark brown patina, indigo blue pigment, sheet metal and red dyed fiber | All along the Niger this mask type is used for ceremonies associated with fishing and agriculture.

Africa Mask "kore" from the Marka people of Mali wood, dark brown patina, indigo blue pigment, sheet metal and red dyed fiber All along the Niger this mask type is used for ceremonies associated with fishing and agriculture.

Africa | Mask from the Bete people of the Ivory Coast and Liberia | Wood and metal | ca. early to mid 1900s

Mask from the Bete people of the Ivory Coast. Wood and metal. Early to mid

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Ngil Mask by the Fang People of Gabon

Ibibeo People, Southern Nigeria, Eket Mask, in carved and painted wood, circa 1960. 18" x 16"

AFRICAN MASK - Ibibeo People, Southern Nigeria, Eket Mask, in carved and painted wood, circa 18 x

A rare Mbole-Yela mask, Democratic Republic of Congo height 11 1/2in   Provenance: Ernest Godefroid, a Belgian engineer working in the Congo, collected in situ ca. 1940-50 Pierre Dartevelle, Brussels

A rare Mbole-Yela mask, Democratic Republic of Congo height 11 Provenance: Ernest Godefroid, a Belgian engineer working in the Congo, collected in situ ca.

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