A rare early to mid 20th century double sided 'diablo umo' headdress worn by Ecuador's Quechua
dancers during the Inti Rymi summer solstice celebration. The 'diablo umo' is always double sided with eye holes on both the the front and back panels to prevent the devil from sneaking up from behind.
Hand sewn cloth panels with hand embroidered appliqué and tassels, all raised on a high quality custom made stand.
Dimensions: overall height on display stand is 28 inches. Cowl headdress measures 22 inches high.
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