Teke Mask

The African Teke mask originates from the upper Ogowe region in Democratic Republic of Congo and Gabon. Members of the Kidumu society wear Teke masks either during the funerals of chiefs, or weddings, or important meetings. 

Each African Teke mask is an "original" work of art, individually hand carved, no two are exactly alike. The original nature of tribal art will be reflected by variances from the Teke mask as shown, each piece of a specific style is similar, but not identical. 





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