Masks

Masks tell a story, a culture and incorporate a spiritual meaning that can be easily apparent to most people. African masks can seem daunting to some people who are not familiar with their meaning and functions.
African masks were used in ceremonies and rituals, within various African tribes. The specific purposes and meanings associated with the masks vary widely in different cultures, however they were most commonly used for weddings, births and funerals. They describe deities, ancestral spirits, mythological beings, good and or evil, the dead, animal spirits and other beings believed to have power over humanity.

31 Product(s)
31 Product(s)
Mumuye Mask
MUMUYE PEOPLE

Mumuye Mask

Zande Mask
ZANDE PEOPLE

Zande Mask

Yaka-Luena Mask
YAKA-LUENA PEOPLE

Yaka-Luena Mask

Songye mask
SONGYE PEOPLE

Songye mask

Luena mask
LUENA PEOPLE

Luena mask

Lega Mask
LEGA PEOPLE

Lega Mask

Dan Mask
DAN PEOPLE

Dan Mask

Baule Mask
BAULE PEOPLE

Baule Mask

Senufo Kpelie Mask
SENUFO PEOPLE

Senufo Kpelie Mask

Kifwebe Mask
SONGYE PEOPLE

Kifwebe Mask

Songye Mask
SONGYE PEOPLE

Songye Mask

Kwele Mask
KWELE PEOPLE

Kwele Mask

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