A great early 20th century hand carved and polychrome painted Mexican dance mask from Zitlala, Guerrero - circa 1930's. This early mask, together with the original hand caned hat, was danced in the Baile de los Huehuenchis, a Nahuatl word meaning "old with worn and torn clothes."
The mask is displayed on a high quality custom made stand.
Dimensions: overall height on display stand is 14 inches. The mask measures 10 inches high, including hat.
Condition: in overall excellent, original condition.
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