Product ID: 211059
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The "Deka" mask of the Ewe people of Ghana?s Volta region was worn by the messenger of the tribe in the early days of their history. Meaning "Alone," the messenger who was usually on his own wore the Deka mask for protection. Robert Nortey carves the sese wood mask by hand and paints it dark brown with beautiful red and green details with curly lines on the head gear.