Rangda Wooden Mask, Assorted Colours

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A wooden mask depicting the Balinese demon Rangda, in assorted colours.

This mask forms part of a range accompanying the British Museum exhibition Feminine power: the divine to the demonic.

Carved from fast-growing albesia wood and painted by artisans in Indonesia, the ornaments are inspired by the masks traditionally used in Bali for Hindu ritual and worship purposes. This style of mask is similar to those worn during performances of a dance depicting the demon Rangda’s everlasting battle with Barong –respectively the female and male manifestations of the constant cosmic flux of evil and good forces.

Please note, due to the hand-crafted nature of these ornaments, each piece is unique and colours may vary from the image shown.

A striking home ornament inspired by Balinese culture.

  • Product Code: CMCN536740
  • Product Weight: 0.24Kg
  • Dimensions: H16 x W13 x L18.7cm
  • Material: Albesia wood
  • Postage Weight: 0.28 Kg

A wooden mask depicting the Balinese demon Rangda, in assorted colours.

This mask forms part of a range accompanying the British Museum exhibition Feminine power: the divine to the demonic.

Carved from fast-growing albesia wood and painted by artisans in Indonesia, the ornaments are inspired by the masks traditionally used in Bali for Hindu ritual and worship purposes. This style of mask is similar to those worn during performances of a dance depicting the demon Rangda’s everlasting battle with Barong –respectively the female and male manifestations of the constant cosmic flux of evil and good forces.

Please note, due to the hand-crafted nature of these ornaments, each piece is unique and colours may vary from the image shown.

A striking home ornament inspired by Balinese culture.

  • Product Code: CMCN536740
  • Product Weight: 0.24Kg
  • Dimensions: H16 x W13 x L18.7cm
  • Material: Albesia wood
  • Postage Weight: 0.28 Kg
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