Collected by Mervyn David Waldegrave Jeffreys
Given to the Museum in 1942
This pottery mask-form represents a human head. It comes from the Bamenda
area of the Cameroon Grasslands. Animal imagery was extremely common here,
and animal and human masks were worn by masked dancers.
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