Clay Passport Mask
From the Baule to the Dan Tribe, Passport masks were prevalent and carried around as a form of identification and for religious purposes. This is a different interpretation of the Wood Passport mask and is more fitting to carry in leather pouches. Being an artisanal item, marks and abrasions add to the character of this piece.
Origin: Cote D Ivoire, West Africa
Dimensions: 7"H x 2" W