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Luzbel devil costume mask (part a) with large removable cow horns (parts b-c), two removable small painted horns (parts d-e) and four removable teeth (parts f-i). The primary face is black with orange, red and blue-grey markings outlined in small dots. On each side of the head are pointed ears, situated below holes for the horns. The mouth is open, exposing sharp teeth and large canines. The large blue eyes are bulging out, outlined in red, and have red veins throughout. A small winged creature with large fangs is where the forehead and nose should be. The creature's talons extend down over the nose. The back is plain.

History Of Use

Devil masks and costumes are performed during the Christmas pastorelas in Tocuaro, Mexico.

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