African Mask : The African masks, ceremonial or decorative, come from different villages in sub-Saharan Africa. Each mask is a sign of a long tradition specific to each ethnic group.
An African tribal mask is usually much more than a decorative object. It represents a spiritual life, is a sacred object worn at different times of life.
Here you find ethnic masks of Ashanti, Baule, Bobo, Bulu, Bwaba, Dan, Dogon, Guro Gourounsi, Grebo, Mossi, Punu, Senufo, Songye, Toussian.
They are authentic and, for most of them, have been worn.
Dan Racing Mask with long vegetal fibers at the chin
Bulu ethnic mask of Cameroon
Funerary Mossi, Moagha ethnic Helmet Mask "Parrot"
Gourounsi Plate Ethnic Mask
Small ethnic Dan mask "Passport"
Grebo mask from Ivory Coast
Tribal Mask Baule of Ivory Coast
Gourounsi Ethnic Mask "Antelope"
Dan Racing Mask with cooler nail in forehead
Guro Mask carrying a chair of Ivory Coast
long Ghana's Ashanti, Asante ethnic mask
Ghana's Ashanti, Asante ethnic mask