Rustic Masks(154 items)
Welcome to the Rustic Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Rustic Masks
great for the mask collector
bought as a gift to go with the Mayan Queen. Both our giftees ,and ourselves, were very impressed with the details the artist added. We will enjoying visiting it and our friends, too.
both our friends and ourselves were impressed with all the detail----we bought it and another as a pair for their mask collection
Stunning Mask created by Emmanuel
I am so pleased with the African Baga mask carved so expertly by artisan Emmanuel Austin Ankude! ????
Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza Ceramic masks and replicas
"We don't only craft objects that are pretty. They are linked to the history of our country and the ancient Maya culture, one of the most important in the history of humanity."
Popular Rustic Masks
Handmade Mayan Ceramic Mask from El Salvador, "Mayan Sacrifice"$12.99
Crafted from ceramic and painted by hand with red and brown pigments derived from the achiote plant, this mask signifies the sacrifices performed by the ancient Mayans. El Salvador's Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza creates this mask, which depicts a face with striped paint and a spotted hat. A nylon cord on the back allows this mask to be hung on a wall.
Ceramic Wall Mask of a Mayan Queen from El Salvador, "Mayan Queen"$12.99
Ruling the Mayan kingdom during the seventh century, Queen Kalomt’e K’abel is depicted in this stunning mask from El Salvador. Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza creates this mask, which is handcrafted from ceramic and painted by hand with natural brown and red pigments derived from the achiote plant. A nylon cord on the back allows it to be hung on a wall.
Ceramic Mask of a Mayan Potter from El Salvador, "Mayan Potter"$12.99
Providing useful vessels as well as priceless art, potters were an important part of ancient Mayan culture. El Salvador's Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza creates this Mayan potter mask, which is handcrafted from ceramic and painted by hand with natural brown and red pigments derived from the achiote plant. The potter wears face paint and a hat with a Mayan glyph on it. A nylon cord on the back allows this mask to be hung on a wall.