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Oval-shaped mask with a slightly wider head. Head of mask is decorated with carved grooves and geometric designs. Forehead has six slightly raised bumps in the centre and a raised U-shaped design lower down on the forehead. Ears are located just above the eyes to the side of the mask. Eyes are crescent-shaped cut-outs, nose is raised and slightly rounded at the tip, and has two holes for nostrils. The mouth is rectangular-shaped with rounded edges. On either side of the mask on the cheek and chin there are a series of three raised lines. Around the perimeter of the piece from the chin to the ears are punctured holes with fibre threaded through them. The rim on the back of the mask is lined with skin backing.

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