Carved wood whole head helmet with thick layered flesh depicted around neck, a sign of beauty, eyehole slits between thick layered flesh, face carved with idealized features, and tall domed coiffure adorned with layers with lines of animal horn amulets along front and back. Some losses of amulets and surface wear.
- Collection of Mauricio and Emilia Lasansky, Iowa City, USA
- Arte Primitivo, Howard S. Rose Gallery, New York, USA
- d’Azevedo, W. L., 1973, Mask, Makers and Myth in Western Liberia, Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Boone, S. A., 1986, Radiance from the Waters: Ideals of Feminine Beauty in Mende Art. New Haven and London: Yale University Press
- Phillips, R. B., 1995, Representing Woman: Sande Masquerades of the Mende of Sierra Leone. Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History