Brazilian Masks(33 items)
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Featured Reviews on Brazilian Masks
EXCITED WIFE LOVES THIS MASK
this mask is so amazing. well made & the headband is the elastic type that slips over the head. I personally wouldve probably liked seeing a ribbon to tie it around the head instead, but either way its a great piece that my wife is happy to have in her panda collection.
I am so pleased with the masks made by Marcilio. I own a number of them. The leather is smoother than I would have ever thought possible and makes the mask highly useable without fear of breakage by dropping, etc. Thanks for such amazing work, Mr. Barroco!
Marcilio Barroco Leather masks
"When someone puts on a mask, actually, he is unmasking himself, as hidden aspects of his personality become visible."
Popular Brazilian Masks
Brazilian Carnaval Leather Masks (Set of 7), "Pierrot"$77.99
Colorful and unique, these masks by Marcilio Barroco are inspired by Pierrot, from the . He is depicted as a sad clown pining for Columbine's love, who breaks his heart and leaves him for Harlequin. He is depicted wearing a loose white tunic and portrayed as moonstruck, oblivious to reality. Barroco prepares a set of seven different masks, each expertly crafted of leather and painted by hand. They feature cotton bands for wearing.
Leather masks (Set of 7), "Colombina"$67.99
Colorful and unique, these masks by Marcilio Barroco are inspired by Columbina, from the . She is a comic servant and Pierrot’s lover, dressed in ragged and patched dress, wore heavy eye make-up and carried a tambourine to fend off Pantalone's amorous advances. Barroco prepares a set of seven different masks, each expertly crafted of leather and painted by hand. They feature cotton bands for wearing.
Leather mask, "Physician"$69.99
Bold black and white distinguish the physician. A classic character born of the 16th century Italian commedia dell'arte, his nose is long enough to thrust into a bottle of perfume, as he spends his time among the fetid odors of the sickroom. Marcílio Barroco molds the mask from leather and paints it by hand; his signature is a symbol. An elastic band holds it in place.
Leather Carnaval Mask from Brazil, "Toucan"$37.99
Eyes rimmed with blue peer inquisitively over the long, yellow beak. Marcílio Barroco depicts a Brazilian toucan as a carnival mask. With a lightweight bill that is larger than the bird itself, the toucan is a colorful resident of the fertile rainforest.
Barroco molds the mask from leather and paints it by hand. It features an elastic band.