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Moreno king mask, made of painted tin. Flesh coloured male face with a silver crown and gold pipe. The blue eyes are framed with spiked eyelashes that fade from red at the base to yellow and white. The eyebrows are thick, furrowed and dark blue. At the top of the head are two flame-like projections, edged in dull gold. There are two sets of ears. The front pair is dark blue with irregularly spiky edges. The back set is large, green at the centre with six large flame-like points around the edges and decorated with a gold trim. There is silver glitter on the front of the crown.

History Of Use

Moreno king mask; worn for the Morenada dance, performed during the Virgin of Candelaria feast days.

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