Wooden Polynesian mask featuring two deities representing Warrior and Protector, the mask measures about 20 INCHES. This mask was hand carved and hand painted.
Fijian culture: Carving was practiced by the men; carving would be used for items of practical use and simple shapes and design were used. A lot of effort was put into well adorned weapons and items for the home and ceremony, today carving is practiced for its use in tourism and no longer plays a major role in Fijian society and life except in the case of the Tanoa used from drinking Kava.
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