This is a Hand Carved Mask of a Fanged Man (possibly the Devil), which measures 8" high by 6.75" wide by 5" deep. There are holes for the eyes, as well as openings above the inside corners of the eyes and below the bulbous nose. There is a small man with frog-like legs hanging down and grasping the mask's forehead, which may be part of a headdress. The style of the wood carving is simple but well-proportioned, characteristic of work done in Mexico. The mask is unpainted and unmarked. This Hand Carved Mask of a Fanged Man is in good condition. There is an interior crack with two nails to hold this section together. The age of this repair is unknown.