Dan Mano or Toura mask, Liberia, mid-20th century

20th century
Tribal Art
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Mask representing a female face.
The hairstyle is sculpted in the shape of a crown and embellished with cotton ties in which glass paste beads remain.
The mouth in triangle is ajar and reveals six teeth made of reed.
The face is eroded in places. There are traces of black lacquer that once covered the wood as well as kaolin at eye level.
Hardwood with a beautiful internal patina. Erosion, losses.
Dan-Mano or Dan-Toura people, Liberia
Mid 20th century
H: 23 cm


Style Tribal Art
Century 20th century
Height (cm) 23 cm
Materials Wood
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 69620, Ternand, France

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