Dan Mask


Among the Dan people, masks are not controlled by a men's association, but instead are owned by families and used by individual lineage members in contexts of social control, boy’s circumcision camps, and entertainment.

Masquerades serve as devices of learning, as well as facilitate the initiate’s access to the knowledge and secrets controlled by the most powerful male elders.



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A stand for this mask is available separately



Product Details:

  • Size: 11" x 17" x 5"
  • Shipping: $40.00
  • Material: Wood, natural pigments
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