This hand carved wood mask (8" high by 6.75" wide by 5" deep) is of a fanged man, possibly the devil. There are holes in the eyes, above the inside corners of the eyes, and below the bulbous nose. There is a man (with frog-like legs) hanging down and grasping the forehead (which may be part of a headdress). The carving is simple but well-proportioned. The mask is unpainted and unmarked. The style suggests that it may be Mexican. Age is unknown. In good condition with an interior crack and two nails to hold this section together.