Wooden Mask with Red and White Paint – IV. A. 6676

Wooden Mask with Red and White Paint – IV. A. 6676
Sanradna
23cm x 6.5 cm x 27.5 cm

While the catalog description identifies Sanradna as origin location of this mask, Jacobsen’s descriptions in the travel journals describe a mask similar to this one collected from the vicinity of Chenega.

Mask with red paint marks still visible. There are small holes on the outside edge probably for feathers. It appears to be made of driftwood.

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