Northern Mano people use a mask that combines human and bird features. Used in the secret men's society during initiation. It is placed in the initiation hut or initiation camp. It is used to protect from theft and harmful spirits.
A stand for this mask is available separately
Exhibited at “Celebrating African-American Heritage” AlfaArt Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ February 2014
- Size: 28" x 10" x 5"
- Shipping: $50.00
- Material: Wood, cloth, horns, natural fibres
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