Elaborately carved wooden masks were part of the Calusa Indian religious pageantry. This mask design is taken from a painting by artist Wells Sawyer from actual masks excavated at the Key Marco site in Florida by Frank Hamilton Cushing during the Pepper-Hearst expedition in agreement with the Smithsonian Institution in 1896.
This replica has been individually cast and finished by hand making each piece unique.
Weight: 1 lb. 11 oz.