Korean Shamanistic Masks KOREAN Porcelain , Art , Jade , Glass,  Wood and Antiques : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

The red dot is a symbol of new bride in Korean wedding ceremony. Likely worn in a dance performance.

África, Triple face mask from the Lega or Lengola people of DR Congo. Wood, white kaolin, encursted patina. Early to Mid 20th Century

'Triple Face' mask from the Lega-Lengola people of Zaire (DR Congo). Wood, white kaolin, encrusted patina, c. via Artenegro

No mask of the Kogasshiki type  能面 小渇食  Japanese, Edo period, 17th century, Japanese cypress, MFA

Noh mask of the Kogasshiki type 能面 小渇食 Japanese, Edo period, century, Japanese cypress, MFA

Noh mask, Ishiōjō (an old sprite), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji period/15-19th century Originally owned by Konparu-za Tokyo National Museum.

prior pin: Noh mask, Ishiōjō (an old sprite), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji century Originally owned by Konparu-za Tokyo National Museum.

No mask of the Yase-onna type  能面 痩女  Japanese, Edo period, 18th century, Japanese cypress, MFA

virtual-artifacts: “ No mask of the Yase-onna type Japanese Edo period century Artist Unknown, Japanese ”

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