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CHINESE MASK DRESS ORNAMENT
Made by a gentleman who went by the name of Georges Fouquet, a French jeweler who was born in 1862, died in 1957, and made this little doodad in 1923. It measures 9 inches x 3 3/4 inches x 1/2 inch.
And one day he decided to make a mask dress ornament in the shape of a Chinese mask, of which I happen to have an image. The origin of Chinese masks is in their shamanic rituals of days of old. They also had practical purposes in that they were used for exorcisms and during funeral rituals, as well as births and dance performances.
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