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“Se wè ya wèm” Diable mask

“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
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“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
“Se we ya wem” Diable mask
“Se we ya wem” Diable mask

Unknown artist. Jacmel, Haiti.
Painted papier maché, fabric, rubber and cow-horn (14 1/2" h. x 20” w. 14” d. not including tongue and fabric) c. 1989.
I have been told that “Se wè ya wèm” means : "A little while, and you will no longer see me".
Ex. collection of Rudi Stern.

Note: this is a vintage piece collected over thirty years ago, and displayed by the collector.  Some wear and chipping of paint is to be expected.

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SKU: HMSK-58

$750