Red Masks(184 items)
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Featured Reviews on Red Masks
It is rare to find Egyptian female masks. It is smaller than most male masks but is perfect for its size. Would like to see more Egyptian females, animal gods etc.
Second mask I ordered once again perfect in all respects size for the wall I placed in on and details are remarkable.
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 Red Masks
Hand Crafted Ivory Coast Mask, "Dan Beauty"$87.99
Rita Addo Zakour demonstrates her creative skills with this delightful African mask. Covered by symmetrical motifs, the face depicts a demure and beautiful woman. The piece is carved by hand from native sese wood and richly embellished with embossed aluminum and brass. Its style comes from the Dan people of Cote d'Ivoire and Liberia.
Red and Yellow Abstract African Wood Mini Mask from Ghana, "Mysterious Face"$27.99
As mysterious as it is beautiful, this mini African mask is created by Habib Mustapha. Working with sese wood, he hand-carves this mask to feature a raised nose and brow line in red over a yellow and black face. A diamond of embossed aluminum accents the forehead.
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."
Authentic Sese Wood African Mask, "Sankofa Bird"$94.99
Inspired by the a traditional Ghanaian symbol, Sinclair Yao Daley creates a colorful African mask. He carves the image from seasoned sese wood and adds earrings of multicolor cotton thread and recycled glass beads. Sankofa means "go back to your roots," a message conveyed through the form of a bird with its head tilted backward.