Mask Item Number: 864/10 from the MOA: University of British Columbia


An orange wood mask with carved with two upward curved grooves on the furrows of the forehead with a large bump underneath from which hair is used for the eyebrows. A figure eight-shape hole is cut out for the eyes. The wide nose has red nostrils cut out. The red mouth is carved out with its lips slightly parted, and the lower jaw is attached with leather and metal nails at the back. There is hair for the moustache. The cheeks are small and pointed. Rubber is tied with string around the back through two small holes at either sides.