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A pair of ceremonial wooden face-masks with yellow and white clay designs on a black surface. Covered in bee's wax. They both have a bark cloth head-cover with 'pigtail' end.
Length: 3.60 inches (No. 112)
Length: 4.10 inches (No. 114)
- Curator's comments
- Register 1962:
No. 112: Beeswax covered wooden face mask with yellow and white clay designs on black surface. Bark cloth head cover with 'pigtail' with fibre bark cloth end.
No. 113: Another similar [to Am1962,01.112] face mask with bark cloth head covering. Larger.
No. 112: Used during fish festivals. (Y1a), YAKUNA.
No. 113: (Y1b), YAKUNA.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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