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Mask (a) with a heavy brow, protruding eyes and cheeks, large flared nostrils, and pursed lips. The mask is painted with black, dark green, dark red, and medium red with white lines and curvilinear designs. The mask is surmounted by a duck figure with wings extended and a duckling on its back (b). The duck figure has a green head with black glass eyes and a red mouth. The duck figure's neck and wings are articulated, and the mechanisms are hidden from view by white fabric that has been painted with designs in black, blue and brown. The duckling and the body and wooden segments of the duck figure's wings are painted with designs in green, red, blue and black.

Iconographic Meaning

Represents Undersea Chief: Q!umugwe'

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