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Devil costume mask. The mask's face is painted blue with red outlining the eyes, mouth and cheeks. Set between the white angled eyeholes, where the nose would be, a sculpted boar with marbles for eyes protrudes. On each side of the mask, a green sculpted serpent and a black sculpted boar figure stick out. A red serpent is carved out where the chin would be. The mouth contains articulated teeth, some of which are missing. Fake black fur outlines the face. Four sets of painted horns are mounted to the mask - orange, black, and yellow with green from the head, and smaller gold horns on either side of the mouth. A piece of cow hide is nailed to the upper back of the mask, to hang down the back of the wearer's head. The interior is lined with a t-shirt.

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Made of colorín wood (Erythrina americana).

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