Masks play an important role in Mexico’s rich heritage of dances and fiestas. Masks are worn on such ceremonial occasions as Carnival, Holy Week and Days
of the Dead.
The majority of our masks are handcarved from copal or zompantle wood in the
state of Guerrerro. Another wonderful item are the worn "trajes" or canvas dance suits painted on both sides with several small masks stitched to their front.
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