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A light brown wood mask with round bulging red eyes and slits carved out underneath. The flat circular nose is outlined with black hairs painted on and with the nostrils cut out, above which there are two white curved pointed protrusions at either sides. The red mouth is carved out and open outlined with gold and black hairs painted all around. The teeth are large with four white curved tooth fangs. There is a gold crown-like headdress with a white curved pointed protrusion upward. The large ears are painted with black hairs and the lobes have red conical earrings decorated with gold. There are several black flat semi-circular protrusions decorated with gold around the sides of the mask.

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