Handmade Carved Man & Pipe Tribal Wall Art Mask
About this itemFeatures a traditional rendering of a man smoking a long pipe and wearing a decorative hat.
Add a unique touch to your home decor with this 'Pipe-Smoking' tribal mask wall hanging, made by the Lisu tribe of northern Thailand. Featuring a traditional rendering of a man smoking a long pipe and wearing a decorative hat, this mask can be placed on an wall in your home or office. Intricately detailed and expertly crafted, this eye-catching tribal mask includes a convenient hook on the back making it easy to hang it on the wall of your choice. The Lisu tribe, numbering roughly 20,000, migrated from its ancestral home in Tibet and its members currently reside in the mountains of northern Thailand, Laos, and southern China. An intensely spiritual people, they carve many tokens and masks to communicate with the spirit world. Using secrets passed down from parent to child, these tribal masks are uniquely important in their design and energy. Measures 22 inches high x 4 inches wide x 2 inches long. The handcrafted nature of this creation will produce minor differences in design and sizing. Subtle variations will occur from piece to piece, adding to the unique quality of individual items. Measurements are approximate.
22"H x 4"W x 2"L