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Human face with a wrinkled forehead and large protruding ears, lips, eyebrows, and nose. The circular eyes are inset with mirrors and metal rims that are sunken in orange eye sockets. Long curvilinear grooves extend down the sides of the face to the shin from the ears. Cedar bark fringe attached at top of the head is short in the front and long in the back. The mask is painted with orange and blue on the forehead and ears, black brows with white underneath that extends down in a curve on either side of the face that forks at the end beside the mouth, orange around the eyes and on the nostrils and lips, orange and blue on the grooves at the sides of the face, and the remainder of the face is painted black.

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