Title: A Northwest Coast Ceremonial Dance MaskDate/Period: Circa 1870, Repainted 1900-1910Materials: Wood, paint, tanned hide, feather nubs.Size: Height: 8-1/2 inches.Description: Heiltsuk Tribe (Bella Bella), Central Coast of British Columbia. Provenance: Former property of a hereditary chief who had the right to sell their mask. This object is sold with an historical analysis of the mask by Steven C. Brown, a scholar of Northwest Coast art, and former curator at the Seattle Art Museum.
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