This item has been SOLD> A well used Mexican Fools mask, thought to be from the state of Puebla, Mexico. The mask is well carved with the deliberatley distorted features associated with the name of the mask and its associated dances. It has hand drilled holes that are worn from use and whose placement suggests that a fabric hood or hat may have been a part of the costume. Well painted with commercial paint, which is worn from use. The interior appears to have been blackened after carving or for some purpose of use. Beyond paint wear and edge chips, there is no apparent damage or cracking. A very good example of a 1965-1975 period dance mask. Size is 11" in height and 7.25" wide.