This vintage wooden mask from the Sepik River region in Papua New Guinea is a stunning example of Pacific Island and Oceanic art. With intricately carved designs, this ancestral protector mask would make a unique addition to any collection of ethnographic art.
The mask is made from wood and is an original piece, not a reproduction. The cultural significance of this piece cannot be overstated. Whether you are a collector of Pacific Island art or simply appreciate the beauty and history behind this mask, it is sure to be a conversation starter in any home or office.
The craftsmanship and attention to detail are truly remarkable. Add this piece to your collection today and experience the beauty of the Sepik River region of Papua New Guinea. Has been repaired on one ear as shown in the photos.