Masks are used in a wide variety of dances, ceremony, festivals, theatre and tourism.
Depictions of demons or devils have been use in various dances and rituals from morality plays to satires. The masks vary from near normal human faces to those with wild and/or grotesque features. Tlaloc an Aztec god was commonly depicted as having serpents around his eyes or with the fangs of a viper. Tezcatlipoca was a night god, whose colors were black and red. These elements can be found in devil masks today.
This mask is of colorfully painted wood with real goat horn. It has cut out eyes and can be easily hung for a dramatic focal point to any area.
Dimensions: 16" x 12" x 9"