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Luzbel cape of black velvet, heavily decorated with sequins. The cape is semi-circular with a collar and ties at the neck. The collar is decorated with 'LUZBEL' in light yellow sequins, with star-shaped sequins scattered around the text. The rounded edge is lined with a short gold fringe. The sequin design features a large light blue dragon, facing left, with a skull in its claws and a pile of skulls wrapped by its tail. The dragon has red and gold horns, gold talons, and silver fangs. Large silver holographic discs decorate the space around the dragon. Lined with shiny red fabric.

History Of Use

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

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