Mexican Parade Mask of a Woman, Deaccessioned from the Children's Museum of Indianapolis

lot of 1, includes a mask of a woman's face with long brown curly hair protruding from the top of the head, the mouth is cut open in a smile and is rimmed in red, slits are cut above the eyes, wrinkles are carved into the woman's cheeks and next to her eyes, length 9.5 in. x width 5.5 in.  

mid-20th century 

Provenance:Deaccessioned from the Children's Museum of Indianapolis


Some chipping in the paint

Estimate: $100 - $200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium

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