Bird Masks(175 items)
Welcome to the Bird Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Bird Masks
Eagle Woman will have a special place in my home
What a LOVEY piece! The craftsmanship is beautiful this carving was done with care and skill. I love the design and the wood. Shipping was faster than expected (it happened to arrive on my birthday ??) and it was meticulously wrapped with paper (no plastic or Styrofoam waste). Thank you Made Tresna and team!
Love the bird
this mask has a bird looking backwards. This shows that our past must be learned to forward. I totally believe we should review and learn from our past at least who we are. I am studying my genealogy and this fits perfectly in my office.
So much detail & texture - its amazing! Not your average round mask; multi-colored wood, metal; extra piece at the top. I have had compliments from many friends & will probably buy another, as a gift for someone.
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular Bird Masks
Hand Made Ceramic Green Bird Mask, "Jade Olmec Lord"
Eufrosia Pantaleon is inspired by the legendary Olmec heads in the design of this mask. Believed to represent governors, the original gigantic heads are carved from stone. Pantaleon reinterprets these archeological treasures with this ceramic mask. She paints the blue, green, red, orange, pink and beige mask with extraordinary detail in celebration of Mexico's flora and fauna.
Handcrafted Ceramic Mask of Mayan God Ah Puch from Mexico, "Ah Puch Headdress"
Often referred to as "the destroyer," Ah Puch is the Mayan god of death, associated with owls. The Angel Ceron Artisan Association of Mexico presents this mask, which is handcrafted from ceramic to depict the face of Ah Puch with an elegant feathered headdress and the image of an owl on top of his head. A suede cord allows this mask to be hung from any wall.
Blue African Mask with Bird, "Guro Rooster"
A rooster stands proudly atop a bearded blue face in this graceful mask. Fluid in its beauty, the sese wood carving comes from the Guro people of Côte d'Ivoire, where such masks represent the spirits of the underworld. This elegant piece by Salihu Ibrahim symbolizes protection.