Copper Masks(45 items)
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Featured Reviews on Copper Masks
Love this mask
This is my third mask by Angel Franco. I?ve hung it with the other two. I love the detail and colors of his work.
I purchased something similar when I was in Peru but unfortunately it was stolen from my house. I?m so happy to finally have a replacement, which is a beautiful piece of art. Highly recommended
Ana Maria Enciso Copper masks and vases
"In my work I seek to recover the folklore and joy of the Andean people."
Popular Copper Masks
Peruvian Mask in Copper and Bronze with Gemstones, "Chavin Ceremonial Blade"$74.99
Images from the Inca Empire inspire Ana Maria Enciso to provide a glimpse pre-Hispanic life. Inspired by the sharp arc of the a pre-Hispanic blade, the artisan incorporates it into a mask. She depicts a noble personage from the ancient Chavin culture in copper with bright bronze details and applications of chrysocolla, marble and sodalite gemstones.
Peruvian Copper and Bronze Mask, "Amazon Chief"$89.99
Angel Franco is inspired by Peru's rich cultural legacy as he designs this original tribal leader mask. Crafted of oxidized copper and shiny bronze, the mask blends artistic elements from the Bora, Tucano, Cahuapana and Arawak communities in the Peruvian Amazons.
Wood and Brass Wall Mask Hand Carved in Ghana, "Zodwa"$59.99
Ghanaian artisan Abdul Aziz Mohamadu creates this stunning mask using local rubberwood. He carves the wood by hand into his own design, before painting and polishing it over the course of two to three weeks. Stunning textured brass repoussé metalwork adorns the cheeks and forehead of the elongated face. Intricate copper wire work accentuates the brows, the nose, and the area around the nose and mouth of the mask. The artisan names the bold wall decor which is a Zulu word that translates to "only girls."
Ghanaian Handmade Small Decorative Wood Masks (Pair), "Ntaafo"$57.99
This complementary pair of small masks is created by Ghanaian artisan Victoria Agyepomaa. Both are hand-carved from native sese wood and accented with plates of embossed brass as well as twisted copper wire. Despite their petite size, the artisan's attention to detail makes the pair of masks portable works of art. means "twins" in the Akan language of Ghana.