Peruvian Masks(68 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Masks
A bit of Wonderful Whimsy
This artist is extremely unique with his Tumi Face and this Meditating Warrior. I have both of these and get constant comments on the artistry and colors. LOVE THEM!!
Ana Maria Enciso Copper masks and vases
"In my work I seek to recover the folklore and joy of the Andean people."
Popular Peruvian Masks
Inca Bronze and Copper Mask, "Inca Warrior"$84.99
A mask of expressive features, its adornments recall the glory of the Inca Empire. Angel Franco crafts the Inca soldier mask by hand with copper and bronze featuring feathers on the head, and Inti, the Sun God, on the forehead and chin. Smaller Andean masks surround the face in a design adapted from original representations.
Hand Made Ceramic Mask, "Meditating Warrior"$47.99
Pausing in reflection before heading into battle, the "Meditating Warrior" displays a lavish mixture of color and design. Closing his eyes in solemn contemplation, he savors a stolen moment of peace in the midst of war. A vibrant Moche piece for the eclectic décor.
Salomon Ruiz is a self-taught artist who has developed an innovative style influenced by the ancient Vicus, Moche, and Nazca cultures. Ruiz fashions his ceramic pieces by hand and fires them at high temperatures. Finally, he carefully paints each one in vivid colors and applies clear enamel, which enhances and protects the finish.
Hand Made Archaeological Bronze Copper Mask, "Chavin Personage"$54.99
Angel Franco works in the style of the Chavin people, the oldest civilization of Peru dating from around 400 B.C. Heralded for their knowledge of metallurgy and textiles, their art expressed religious undertones. The artisan depicts a Chavin mask with their traditional animal iconography.
Artisan Crafted Archaeological Masks from Peru (Set of 2), "Inca Offering"$39.99
Traditionally worn for sacrificial rites, these Inca masks were considered as amulets to communicate with the (gods) and ask for their favor. Jaime Zapata handcrafts the masks from a combination of papier-maché and plaster of Paris; the masks are adorned with jute headdresses.