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Nimba (d’mba) mask. The nimba masks of Guinea are among the most imposing of all African masks. These masks represent the idea of the fertile woman. The exaggerated, pendulous breasts are typical for these masks, which had a double function: sterile women in the Simo society invoked Baga as a goddess of fertility, and it was used at the first-fruit (rice) rituals, symbolically associating female fertility with the increase of the grain. The masks are used by dancers at birth, marriages, harvest festivals and other joyful ceremonies.
Is acting as a prop in a major motion picture about Pt Barnum Dec 2016 - Feb 2017