Copper Masks(37 items)
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Featured Reviews on Copper Masks
Nice table top mask
This mask arrived a few days ahead of the original schedule. We were pleasantly surprised to find the colors, size, etc were exactly as shown on the website. We needed something small with these colors to finish off a display on an entertainment unit. We were not disappointed. We definitely recommend the piece and would buy it again.
Decorative Hausa Monkey Mask
I anxiously awaited this item for a couple of weeks, and was very excited when it arrived. Its beautifully carved, painted, and adorned with some metals that really make it stand out from ordinarily carved masks.
Ana Maria Enciso Copper masks and vases
"In my work I seek to recover the folklore and joy of the Andean people."
Popular Copper Masks
Inca Bronze and Copper Mask, "Inca Warrior"
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.
Peruvian Mask in Copper and Bronze with Gemstones, "Chavin Ceremonial Blade"$74.99
Images from the Inca Empire inspire Ana Maria Enciso to provide a glimpse pre-Hispanic life. Inspired by the sharp arc of the a pre-Hispanic blade, the artisan incorporates it into a mask. She depicts a noble personage from the ancient Chavin culture in copper with bright bronze details and applications of chrysocolla, marble and sodalite gemstones.
Oxidized Copper Decorative Funeral Mask Statuette, "Reverent"$119.99
The contemplative, reverent gaze of this copper and bronze decorative mask statuette is fitting with its inspiration, the masks used in funeral ceremonies of Lamyayeque pre-Columbian cultures in the north of Peru during the 8th and 15th centuries. The squared-off shape and accessories denote royalty. Both sides feature the intricate face, each with different embellishments for the mouth. Designed by Ana Maria Enciso of Peru, the statuette is made of oxidized copper with bronze and polished copper accents and stands on a brass rod on a jasper base.